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Yevgeniy Pinchuk

A happily married father of three with a degree in Psychology. Passionate about learning, writing, and exploring.

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Keeping Parents Honest

As parents, it can be tempting to use petty little lies to avoid conflict with your children, especially those in their terrible twos or thunderous threes. When your kids want more chips, sometimes it’s easier to say, “They’re all gone” instead of, “No. We’re about to have dinner.” I get it.…

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Embracing Curiosity

I have always loved observing the inquisitive nature of children. Watching them interact with a new experience is magical. The unadulterated and raw curiosity can reveal something extraordinary in even the most mundane places and experiences. But curiosity, like many other things, has to be nurtured and encouraged in order…

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Trying New Things

Ever feel like you’ve missed the boat on some things? Do you tell yourself that you’re too old or too busy to try something new? I have, plenty of times. The thing is, when I actually push myself past the anxiety of trying something new, I find that the task…

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Patient and Powerless

There are times where your child will have to learn life lessons that you simply cannot protect them from. As much as parents understand the importance of such lessons, there is still a part of us that wishes we could do something to soften the blow of reality. Luckily our…

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Unsolicited Advice

Having twins on our first rodeo was pretty brutal, to put it gently. The first year with the girls was a fuzzy blur of diapers, formula, and laundry with lots of baby crying sprinkled in. So as our youngest daughter turned 8 months recently, I found myself thinking about how…

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Breaking Bread Together

As a growing family, it can be hard to manage everyone’s schedule, and our kids aren’t even three yet! As they get older and become busier, the chances of a shared family meal become slimmer. Statistically, family dinners are often relatively short, lasting around 20 minutes. Yet dining together as…

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The Terrible Times: Toddler Edition

Parenting children can often be described as a roller coaster ride. Following that analogy, parenting toddlers can be described as a blindfolded, upside-down, and moving in reverse roller coaster ride from hell. One moment your angels are eager to demonstrate their comprehension and responsibility, and the next they’re suddenly pushing…

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Outdated Parenting Advice

Parenting is tough, so it is no wonder that we often turn to those around us, the Internet, and anything else to find a remedy for whatever ailment seems to be possessing our child that day. However it is important to use your parental instincts before implementing recommended advice. Now…

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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Deciding whether to have one of the parents stay at home after the birth of a child can be difficult. There are an abundance of short and long term variables to consider and even after careful consideration the answer may not always be clear. Initially, wifey and I did not…

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Four Things Every Future Father Should Know

The fear of the unexpected is one of the hardest things about being a new parent. There are books, videos, classes, and fads for every single stage of parenthood, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. It seems as though there is an infinite amount of knowledge on how…