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Los padres primerizos usan las redes sociales para entender su nuevo papel

  • Written by Tawfiq Ammari, Ph.D. Candidate in Information, University of Michigan
La información que comparten los padres en línea los ayuda a enfocarse en su papel a medida que la sociedad cambia.Monkey Business Images/

Un abogado en las Bermudas se hizo famoso en Internet por haber bailado ballet junto a su hija de dos años, esto le ofreció confort para vencer su miedo...

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