About Lambeth Hochwald

Lambeth Hochwald, a freelance journalist for 16 years, has served as a contributing editor at Marie Claire and currently serves as a contributing editor at Scholastic Parent & Child magazine. She writes for such publications as Coastal Living, Good Housekeeping, HGTV, Parenting, Real Simple, and Redbook. Lambeth is author of the Mom's Five-Second Memory Journal and she also posts regular web pieces on AOL Health, iVillage, The Motherboard and Fashionwiredaily, where she served as a contributing writer for three years. She is also an adjunct professor of journalism at New York University.

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Articles by Lambeth

Stress Reducing Foods to Support Family Health

Stress Reducing Foods to Support Family Health

Last updated on July 18th, 2014 at 09:02 pmEditor’s Note:  Kid’s suffer stress too and stress reducing foods are also very important for their health. So these tips are also relevant for your children.  Additional perspectives on foods to reduce stress in kids can be found here. **************************************************************************************************************************** A... 

Tips to Help Raise an Independent and Confident Child

Tips to Help Raise an Independent and Confident Child

Last updated on April 23rd, 2014 at 11:58 amNext time you’re about take over your child’s science project or even make their bed, put down the poster board and leave the sheets where they lie. While we may want to do everything we can to make our kid’s lives easier. we shouldn’t. There’s a fine line between being supportive and doing too much for our children. Here, two child development... 

Want to Know How to Get Your Kids to Really Talk to You?

Want to Know How to Get Your Kids to Really Talk to You?

Last updated on March 13th, 2014 at 12:54 amDoes it seem like an effort to get your children to say anything to you besides, “Fine” and “What’s for dinner?” Lack of communication can make parents feel closed off from their own kids. But don’t despair! You can get kids to talk to you — really. Try these six suggestions from experts: 1: Don’t compare yourself to TV families. If you...