Marriage & Parenting
Is your marriage eroding? This article will explain why that might not be such a bad thing.
For the first time, the "Today" show hosted its own video award competition, selecting five of the top "Most Memorable Moments" from the viral videos it highlighted this year. Read more »
What would happen if all of a sudden words began to disappear? Certain negative words would just stop being words. Meanwhile, terms of endearment exist: We just need to choose our words more... Read more »
On a recent vacation I misplaced a black felt hat. I say misplaced because my mother would correct me. “It is not lost just misplaced.” In this case and others, bless my mother’s... Read more »
Violent dramas on the broadcast networks carry milder parental cautions than cable shows like "The Walking Dead" but can equal them in graphic gore, a failure of the TV ratings system, a new study... Read more »
For members of the Greatest Generation, Dec. 7, 1941, will always be “a date which will live in infamy.” Read more »
Our bodies are gifts. Marvelous creations. Capable of carrying us through life’s ups and downs. Read more »
A 9-year-old Utah boy knows what it's like to spend weeks in a hospital bed. This year, he decided to give back to the hospital that has cared for him countless times in his young life. Read more »
The question we always get from parents is something like this: “Isn’t there a quick fix — a way to instantly get kids to feel grateful and motivated and to stop thinking they... Read more »
A selection of new picture books to share and for gift giving offer many artists and themes for young readers. Read more »
Before his untimely death, "Fasts & Furious" star Paul Walker was drawing parallels between his real-life role as dad to 15-year-old daughter Meadow and his part as an unexpected father to a... Read more »
My mom and dad often tell me some lessons are better learned at home than in the real world. As my turn to leave home looms closer, I think back on five important lessons I hope my parents know I... Read more »
Most committed couples are on good terms when it comes to finances. But a new survey by Credit Karma found 1 in 10 consider their spouse or partner a financial bully. Young couples are more likely... Read more »
Living through the recession, high student loan debt and being plugged into a digital world make millennials more frugal bargain hunters this holiday shopping season. Read more »
The Children's Museum of Utah, now housed at the Gateway shopping center, is celebrating 35 years of existence, with a special temporary exhibit featuring iconic pieces from the original museum. Read more »
During this season of giving and sharing is the perfect time to join our LDS youths in setting positive resolutions of self-improvement and self-reliance. Read more »
In his book, “Bringing Up Our Children in Light and Truth,” H. Wallace Goddard suggests the use of basic gospel principles that will make the goal of being a good parent a little easier... Read more »
I hate being under the weather, but this year, it's teaching me something important just in time for the holidays. Read more »
After seeing our little heartfelt handwritten leaves, beautifully displaying our acknowledgement of blessings we have received, there really didn't seem to be much more I could ask for. Read more »
When your child is disobedient, there are 10 things you should remember before disciplining them. Read more »
While offering a child for adoption may not be in the plan for most teenage girls, it surely it deserves a place in the discussion when there are lives at stake — both the born and the unborn. Read more »
Want to know if he really is Mr. Right? If you are feeling and doing these 13 things, then keep it up. Your relationship may be going somewhere. Looking for love but not sure where to find it? Find... Read more »
Now what do we do for our friends? We serve them. We attend the funeral, send flowers, write notes because we grieve also and this heals us as our friendship helps heal them. Read more »
Does mother know best? Day care center fines mother $10 for not including grains in her children's lunch
When Kristen Bartkiw she sent her children to day care with a homemade lunch, her children returned home with a note saying the lunch she packed lacked grains, which the day care supplemented with... Read more »
Here are 13 parenting tips from the first "Hunger Games" to get you ready for the premiere of "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire." Read more »
Families negotiate new and old traditions, different ways of doing things and the old question: Do I really have to go to her recital? Read more »
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