Marriage & Parenting
Family reunion — the very words conjure images of parks or beaches, barbecues, volleyball games and tugs of war. Read more »
One day, as I walked to pick up my son from school, the mommy guilt piled on. Read more »
Recent studies have found that parents spending quality time with kids is more important than how much time they spend together. However, other data indicate parents only spend a few minutes each... Read more »
Helicopter parenting continues to have the effect many studies have already found: severe anxiety and even depression among children when they are thrown into the adult world in college. Read more »
Volvo announced this month it'll create a new baby car seat that will replace passenger seats. Here's a look at nine other car accessories for your child. Read more »
It only took 20 years for a father to finally get the closure he was seeking in the death of his son, and it came by mail. Read more »
While Disney movies may be mildly sad at times, they are built on happily ever afters. Read more »
It’s one thing for us baby boomers to try to project and plan our lives over the next 20 or 30 years, but it's something else entirely to listen to 85-year-olds as they look back and analyze... Read more »
Pixar's new movie, "Inside Out," helped me remember why I should embrace sadness, not run from it. Read more »
Brad Wilcox and Nicholas Zill look at how race and ethnicity play into the makeup of stable families with different political orientation, finding that some racial groups do better in certain... Read more »
The U.S. women's national soccer team is more than just a group of international soccer stars. They're also a team of mothers. Read more »
Recently, my husband and I took the kids down to St. George for a weeklong vacation. Yes, St. George in the dead of summer, during a vicious heat wave. It was hot. Read more »
We frequently mistake plans for goals. We go after things but don’t ask ourselves why we want those things or what they will lead to. We frequently mistake the means for the ends, and the... Read more »
A new study finds that a baby's vision of an adult changes based on distance. In fact, a baby can recognize your face for up to 12 inches. Read more »
My children have a problem. They think the purpose of life is to have fun. Read more »
The culture of winning can have a significant negative impact not only on their children’s enjoyment of the sport, but ultimately on their development as well. Read more »
What a child really needs to experience is mastery. Here are five ways to help children master a skill without sitting in front of a screen. Read more »
'Wigglers welcome': Arts organizations provide performances for children with special needs and their families
Utah arts organizations offer events for families with children who have special needs so they can enjoy a night of cultural performances that have been adapted and have more lenient audience rules. Read more »
How can we, as grandparents, be effective champions of and for our grandkids? How do we become their biggest cheerleaders and best supporters and encouragers? Read more »
An education is one of the greatest gifts a child can receive, but the price tag for this gift is getting more expensive each year. Read more »
With underlying spiritual themes in its popular films and an upcoming short featuring religion, Pixar is fostering kids' spiritual side. Read more »
Twenty states are considering shared parenting for parents after separation or divorce as part of a reform in family courts. There are many ways fathers, and those who support them, are trying to... Read more »
ZEFR, a YouTube marketing and data company, released a study on Thursday that shares research on the massive amount of pregnancy and parenting tips shared on YouTube, and how YouTube is becoming a... Read more »
Your mother always told you to mind your manners, but manners were the first thing to go in the hectic office environment. Read more »
A study came out looking at the personality and actions of fathers on TV shows. Most act like total idiots. But why? Another study shares most people believe they take their dad for granted and... Read more »
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