How to talk about parents in a more positive way in 2017

When parents of any age are confronted with the challenges of parenting and parenting-related issues, it’s easy to feel a bit lost.

For parents like my wife and I, it can be hard to figure out what to say, and even harder to put words together when we want to talk.

That’s why, as a mother and father, we’ve created the #ParentsEmotionalHealth campaign, a way to show our support and our support to the people who are raising our kids.

With our #ParentsEuphoric campaign, we want parents to know that their kids are being cared for and loved by their loved ones, and that we’re committed to their wellbeing and well-being.

And we want you to know we care.

In our #Parenthood #Euphoria campaign, I’ve created a playlist that includes songs from songs by bands like Pink Floyd, Bob Dylan, The Grateful Dead, Fleetwood Mac, and Neil Young, to name a few.

In this playlist, we’ll use music from the past few years to inspire us to speak up for the people and issues we care about.

So, if you’re a parent of a child under the age of 18, and you feel alone, I want you know that I’m with you.

And I want your support.

I hope you’re feeling like your voice is being heard and your perspective being taken seriously.

So please join us on this campaign by using the hashtag #ParentsEMotionalHealth.

Let’s #ProudOurKids and #PassionOurKids.

I love you.

Thank you.

Have a great weekend.

Read more stories from Recode:How to get started with your new job and the right job for youAs our #ParentEmotionalhealth campaign reaches the end of the month, I’m excited to share some of our favorite #POTUS moments.

We’ll be posting these stories every week, so bookmark this page and check back each week for updates.