Marriage & Parenting
Our bodies are gifts. Marvelous creations. Capable of carrying us through life’s ups and downs.
For as far back as I can remember, my healthy and athletic mom has critiqued her body. So guess what happened to me? I ended up not loving what I saw in the mirror either. Read more »
Learning how to manage money is a challenge. But learning sound financial principles can make a big difference in the lives of tomorrow’s adults. Read more »
My parents have more money now, I'm very happy for them, but they're turning my siblings into brats! Read more »
Few things are as important to a child's future as the ability to read, says a new KIDS COUNT Policy report. But even getting to that point is a process undergirded by many factors and lots of steps. Read more »
A science project teaches appreciation for those who go to work each day not knowing what personal fears they are going to have to face — and conquer — on behalf of people they... Read more »
My yoga practice has affected my approach to fatherhood. Here is how I think that it hopefully made me a better dad. Read more »
Texting's a great way for couples to say "I'm thinking of you." But serious talks, arguments and apologies should be conveyed more personally, according to researchers at BYU. Read more »
The problem is that a lot of times we parents give pop culture a huge head start with our kids. Read more »
The fifth annual "Orphan Sunday" sparks celebration of international adoption against the backdrop of warnings that it has to be done right, with respect paid to the laws, challenges and the rights... Read more »
The use of timeout as a parenting technique is often criticized for being harsh and ineffective. Research suggests that not only is timeout effective, it is a very positive way to change behavior... Read more »
Linda and I believed, even way back then, that the best way to help kids was to help their parents within their homes. Read more »
As I ride the steep learning curve of parenthood, sometimes I wonder, is it just me? Or have kids always been this hard to raise? Read more »
Pull out one of these 10 compliments and make your husband's day. Read more »
Scott and Becky Mackintosh never thought Scott's lifelong dream of becoming a public speaker for teens would come true. But after the photo of Scott wearing short-shorts went viral, many... Read more »
Doctors often describe how to administer a child's asthma medication, but don't have parents and other caregivers show they can do it right. That's not good news for the health of children who rely... Read more »
Families brought together by adoption walked around Liberty Park Saturday, celebrating togetherness and hope for more adoptions. Read more »
Utah first lady Jeanette Herbert hosted a parenting conference Saturday at the Utah Valley Convention Center. Read more »
Possible learning barriers from being raised in a low-income home can be overcome by an age-old skill: conversation. Read more »
Prepare for the Halloween season with this list of 15 scary movies that can be watched by younger audiences. Read more »
For Aria Shahrokhshahi of Nottingham, England, receiving a necessary C to pass his math courses was a cause for celebration — but it was even more significant because of what it meant to his... Read more »
Create a lasting and fulfilling marriage by adopting these 10 guiding principles. Read more »
Sarah Ball was a 15-year-old high school sophomore at Hernando High School in Brooksville, Fla., when a friend posted on Facebook: "I hate Sarah Ball, and I don't care who knows." Read more »
"From the Inside Out: Healthy Media Guidelines for LDS Families," by Jill C. Manning, presents ideas to help individuals and families develop internal media controls. Read more »
Older children do better in school than their younger siblings, according to a new study that says how they're parented may be the reason why. The authors say later-borns get off a little easier... Read more »
Whether networking with business executives or encouraging her schoolmates to take part in a teddy bear drive, 10-year-old Armani McFarland's gift of service sets an example for children and adults... Read more »
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