Marriage & Parenting
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When our kids are young, is motherhood supposed to be our sole pursuit? Is it OK to have other things we’re also spending significant time on? Read more »
Money issues are the top predictor of divorce. Here are some of the main money issues that can hurt your marriage and what you can do to solve them. Read more »
Author and Time Out for Women presenter Emily Watts offers five tips to mothers to help them avoid becoming overwhelmed. Read more »
Two recent studies find that watching too much TV negatively affects toddlers' behavior. Read more »
Eight years after I got married, I still wonder if I should have changed my name. Read more »
The Avery family was tested in ways most cannot fathom. On a spring afternoon like any other, Dirk, Naomi and their five children — members of the Hartwood Ward in the Fredericksburg Stake... Read more »
When New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy was criticized on talk radio for spending three days with his family after the birth of his son, teammates, coaches and opponents leapt to his defense. Read more »
Marriage is about more than love, so should I just marry this guy? Help! Read more »
The beauty of womanhood is in the faces of 8-year-olds to 80-year-olds. Nothing is more rare and lovely than mothers and daughters, loving, supporting each other, bound with all the mothers who... Read more »
Sometimes it's hard to embrace God's will and trust his answers, especially when his answers just bring up more questions. But faith is not for wimps. Read more »
A few days ago, I had lunch with a buddy at a local restaurant. The food was fine, sure, but this is a friend who makes the menu irrelevant. Read more »
"Controlled choice” allows parents to rank their preferences from a list of schools, and kids are then assigned by the district based on parent preference and on targeted ratios for mixing... Read more »
What should you do after dinner tonight? Watch a movie with the family. Here are five great picks that are streaming on Netflix. Read more »
Just like grandchildren, there will be an end to our moments. Be still. Breathe deep and look around you. Spring is the very best time to practice. Read more »
Social media has a lot to offer, but we shouldn't let something good distract us from what is truly great -- our kids. Read more »
As we spoke to Buddhists, Muslims and Christians, we were reminded of how great it is that parents, when thinking about their love, their hopes and their fears for their children, become united in... Read more »
High culture has the power to humanize and enrich our lives. As much as our society might think that everything is awesome and we should just let it go, we don’t know when we will need to... Read more »
A new study from Pew Research Center says more women are choosing to be stay-at-home moms. They are still a minority, compared to working moms, but the number has been growing. Read more »
Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. He was ecstatic when he said the first words, “Mr. Watson, come here; I want to see you.” Watson came immediately. But Bell would wonder... Read more »
A Child Trends research brief says kids aggravate their parents more than they did 15 years ago. And that could lead to less effective parenting. Read more »
Pastor Rick Warren reminisces about disappointing a group in order to put family first. It's part of the conversation surrounding Boomer Esiason's suggestion that the birth of a child is no reason... Read more »
Digital distractions are around almost every second of the day. If not careful, technology can take over our lives. Here are 10 tips for overcoming digital distractions. Read more »
We are writing today from Kuala Lumpur, a remarkable melting pot and combination of cultures and faiths. It reminds us of how important it is for religions to understand each other, and that each... Read more »
“When a little boy asserts himself, he's called a ‘leader.’ Yet when a little girl does the same, she risks being branded ‘bossy.' By middle school, girls are less... Read more »
John R. Stoker’s "Overcoming Fake Talk" requires readers to take a long, hard look at their conversational intelligence. The results of that hard look can improve your relationships and your... Read more »
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