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  Night owl or early bird? Here’s what it means

Ex-tiquette: Reconnecting with old flames online

  Maureen O’Connor from New York magazine and psychologist Jeff Gardere discuss how it’s harder to break up with an ex-boyfriend or girlfriend if you’re connected with them on social media. They explain when it’s OK to communicate and when it’s best to resist the temptation.

Parenting columnist targeted by Ky. board sues

John Rosemond has been dispensing parenting advice in his newspaper column since 1976, making him one of the longest-running syndicated columnists in the country. Full story

Potty mouth! How did swearing become normal?

  TODAY Moms contributor Amy McCready and psychologist Jennifer Hartstein discuss how swear words are becoming more mainstream, and chat about what parents should do when their kids catch them cursing, and when children start using those words too.

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Believe or Deceive? Why Liars Are Difficult to Sniff Out

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  Resolving common arguments among couples

Matchmaker Lori Zaslow and relationship expert Jeff Gardere discuss how couples can plan ahead to help avoid financial problems and communicate openly about chores.

  Tips to keep kids from feeling homesick

Whether your kids are heading to their first sleepover or their first year of college, psychotherapist M. Gary Neuman and psychologist Dr. Robin Smith reveal how to make them comfortable away from home.

  How to get a chronically late friend to change

We all know someone who always seems to be running late. Philip Galanes of The New York Times’ Social Qs column and psychologist Dr. Jennifer Hartstein talk about how to cope with frustrating chronic latecomers.

  Zzzz! 3 tips for getting your kids to sleep

TODAY Moms contributor Amy McCready and psychologist Jennifer Hartstein say to help your kids get to sleep at night you should give them one-on-one attention during the day, create bedtimes that can be done anywhere, and train your kids to be independent sleepers.

  How to deal with daddy guilt

Balancing work and home is never easy, and with more fathers getting increasingly involved in raising their kids, they’re beginning to experience “daddy guilt.” Jill Herzig of Redbook magazine and psychologist John Duffy talk about eliminating guilt and balancing your time.

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