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Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way by Mayim Bialik

A funny, honest, and practical guide to attachment parenting from actress, mother, and neuroscientist Mayim Bialik.

Mayim Bialik was the child star of the popular 1990s TV sitcom Blossom, but she definitely didn’t follow the typical child-star trajectory. Instead, Mayim got her PhD in neuroscience from UCLA, married her college sweetheart, and had two kids. Mayim then did what many new moms do—she read a lot of books, talked with other parents, and she soon started questioning a lot of the conventional wisdom she heard about the “right” way to raise a child. That’s when she turned to attachment parenting, a philosophy and lifestyle popularized by well-known physicians like Dr. William Sears and Dr. Jay Gordon.

To Mayim, attachment parenting’s natural, child-led approach not only felt right emotionally, it made sense intellectually and instinctually. She found that when she followed her intuition and relaxed into her role as a mother instead of following some rigid parenting script, both she and her children thrived. Drawing on both her experience as a mother and her scientific background, Mayim presents the major tenets of attachment parenting, including:

CO-SLEEPING

How to avoid “sleep training” and get a great night’s sleep for the whole family.

BREASTFEEDING

Learn how to listen to your baby’s cues rather than sticking to a rigid schedule—and why people on airplanes love a nursing mother.

BABY WEARING

How to “wear” your baby in a sling or a wrap to develop a closer bond with your child—it’s possible even for mamas with bad backs (and with big babies)!

GENTLE DISCIPLINE How to get your child to behave without yelling, threats, or time-outs—it really can be done.

Mayim describes the beauty, simplicity, and purposefulness of attachment parenting, and how it has become the guiding principle for her family. Much more than a simple how-to parenting guide, Beyond the Sling shows us that the core principles underlying attachment parenting are universal and can be appreciated no matter how you decide to raise your child.
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Black Mental Health Isn't the Same as White Mental Health

The Definitive History Of 'George Bush Doesn't Care About Black People'

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In recent weeks, West has claimed he "loves" the current US president, called him "brother" and shared photos of himself wearing a Make America Great Again hat signed by Trump. Bush in , when he said: "George Bush doesn't care about black people" in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Last week he told Buzzfeed about the disappointment he felt over West's comments, saying: "For the first time [yesterday] I thought I was done, and I went to sleep before midnight. I don't like what I'm seeing. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here.

Rapper Kanye West is making headlines again, this time thanks to his vocal support for President Donald Trump. And while Yeezy's soft spot for Trump has caused a divide in current pop culture, one Philly-born musician took the news particularly hard. It takes its main phrase from West's Sept. Questlove previously weighed in on 'Ye's support for Trump last week, telling Buzzfeed's AM to DM series that West's tweets on the subject almost made him quit Twitter. I don't know," Questlove said. For the first time yesterday, I just, I thought I was done.

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