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Rene Syler is a former news anchor for The Early Show on CBS, where she interviewed celebrities and politicians. She published Good Enough Mother: The Perfectly Imperfect Book of Parenting in March 2007 and continues with her television work. She is also the daughter of two breast cancer survivors and is now the ambassador for Susan G. Komen for the Cure. She lives in Westchester, New York with her husband, Buff Parham, children Casey and Cole and their yellow Lab Olivia.

Ask Rene: My Daughter HATES Her Nose! (Video)

Ask Rene: My Daughter HATES Her Nose! (Video)

  Ask Rene: My Daughter HATES Her Nose! (Video)  Who among us has not felt a wee bit insecure about some body part, traveling the path from adolescence to adulthood? I know I was. Boney knees, a flat-chest and being very, VERY skinny did not make for fun times for me as a teen. So MORE »

Of Teens, Tests And Texts: Mom And Modern Communication

Of Teens, Tests And Texts: Mom And Modern Communication

 <——- That is a real message from my real son who was real mad that I didn’t answer him real quick. In my defense, the plane I and about 150 other people were on, had just touched down at John F. Kennedy International Airport; needless to say, after flying since 6:40 that morning from San MORE »

Of Teens, Tests And Texts: Mom And Modern Communication

Of Teens, Tests And Texts: Mom And Modern Communication

 <——- That is a real message from my real son who was real mad that I didn’t answer him real quick. In my defense, the plane I and about 150 other people were on, had just touched down at John F. Kennedy International Airport; needless to say, after flying since 6:40 that morning from San MORE »

My Husband And Kids Get Along Great! So Why Do I Feel Left Out?

My Husband And Kids Get Along Great! So Why Do I Feel Left Out?

Before I launch into this let me be clear.. I am not complaining about this middle place in which I find myself. It’s kinda cool, actually. But in truth, I’m also feeling a little.. well.. Lonely. Let me go back a bit. In the not-too-distant past, I was struggling with raising the kids, keeping things MORE »

Planning For Race Week: When Doing Becomes Overdoing

Planning For Race Week: When Doing Becomes Overdoing

I’m super excited to write this post for a couple of reasons. Babble.com and espnW have teamed up to bring you some great stories of women in sports and athletics, and let’s face it–trying to keep a kid with a cup full of cranberry juice off your new Berber carpet SHOULD qualify as an Olympic sport. MORE »

Ask Rene: My Boyfriend Doesn’t Want Me To Breastfeed! (Video)

Ask Rene: My Boyfriend Doesn’t Want Me To Breastfeed! (Video)

 Baby, oh baby now here’s a doozy. A young woman is about to give birth to her first baby and she writes in with this dilemma. Her boyfriend, with whom she is excited to start a family and this new phase of her life, is totally NOT on board with her breast feeding. What makes MORE »

Save Yourself! 10 Little Things To Do For A Healthy Heart

Save Yourself! 10 Little Things To Do For A Healthy Heart

I remember the moment because I felt so darn bad. I was just returning home from Colorado, where I had been shooting my TV show and I felt just awful. Stepping on the scale confirmed the one glaring fact that I managed to push to the very recesses of my brain. I weighed too much. MORE »

Save Yourself! 10 Little Things To Do For A Healthy Heart

Save Yourself! 10 Little Things To Do For A Healthy Heart

I remember the moment because I felt so darn bad. I was just returning home from Colorado, where I had been shooting my TV show and I felt just awful. Stepping on the scale confirmed the one glaring fact that I managed to push to the very recesses of my brain. I weighed too much. MORE »

D23 Fanniversary Coming To A Town Near You!

D23 Fanniversary Coming To A Town Near You!

 I am a Disney fan and have been for most of my five decades on the planet. As such, I straddle a few places along the Disney timeline. The first is the Disney of my youth, which I remember well, and the Disney of my children’s youth, which for some odd reason, I remember better, MORE »

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