Marriage & Parenting
Brad Wilcox and Nicholas Zill look at how race and ethnicity play into the makeup of stable families.
Although children may have left traditional reading, writing and arithmetic at the school door, there are plenty of ways to have fun and engage their brains during the summer. Read more »
I have varicose veins that scare children, love handles I can't help but pinch, stretch marks like cat scratches and plenty of wrinkles already, but it's all OK because my mom taught me something... Read more »
Military dads and their families may not always be physically together at a time like Father's Day, but staying connected is just as important to them, no matter the time of year. Read more »
As baby boomers, because of our longer life spans, we have more opportunity than any previous generation to make these seven personal, destiny-determining decisions. Read more »
One short moment changed my perspective on my most famous childhood memory. Read more »
I got lost in the details of building a new house until I refocused on what kind of home I want for my family. Read more »
In this world of life-changing apps, must-read parenting books, top 10 lists and promises that this is the answer to all your parenting woes, I vote to take a step back and return to where this... Read more »
San Francisco officials are deciding whether to impose a warning on ads for a favorite drink of children and a bane of public health advocates: Sugary soda pop. Read more »
It's not uncommon to see floral patterns on quilts. But how about flowers planted in a quilt pattern? Read more »
No such thing as multitasking: Mother dissolves photography business to spend more time with children
I've lost count of the hundreds of hours I've spent staring at my computer screen. I'm saddened when I think of the number of times I've shooed away tiny hands from my keyboard that were only... Read more »
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A new study says that genes could potentially tell us why people have babies at certain times of their lives, which may be reason for pregnant women to get genetic testing. Read more »
I have never had much trouble saying no to things that would detract from my happiness rather than add to it. For me, feeling comfortable saying no comes down to four basic strategies. Read more »
A recently released study found that strength-based parenting, where parents find and deliberately work to build their children's strengths, can help children better cope with stress and become... Read more »
There is not a guaranteed formula for why marriages fail or succeed. But there are some predictable characteristics. A few common patterns emerge as a relationship begins to dissolve. The initial... Read more »
As I waited for my daughter to enter the stage for her tumbling routine, I felt nervous. As one who has never had confidence in anything related to dance, I was worried my own insecurities would... Read more »
Boys continue to fall behind, both in school and society. Here are eight tools to help raise your boys to be men. Read more »
New numbers released by the Department of Education shows that for the first time since 2005, the percentage of students being bullied has dropped. Read more »
My mombod is an Ironman, the ultimate fighting champion. And so is yours. Read more »
There's good advice and not-so-good advice when it comes to marriage. Here are 6 ideas you can ignore as you work to strengthen your marriage and find happiness with your spouse. Read more »
Even though motherhood and a happy family may be their own reward, some women are getting an added “wife bonus” as an extra incentive for managing their household and taking care of... Read more »
I have developed a few strategies to give the rare, perfect moments in motherhood even more weight so they can anchor me through the difficult moments I face every day. Read more »
Do any of you parents ever struggle with things like bickering, fighting, interrupting, rudeness, disrespect and sibling rivalry? Read more »
I am reclaiming my life from all the "stuff" weighing my family down. Read more »
Surely there must be a way to preserve all of the wonderful parts of being introverted while helping my shy daughter enjoy third grade. Read more »
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