Marriage & Parenting
Around the world, children under the age of 12 are happy, but that can change dramatically as they grow up. Read more »
A study released by Pediatrics found that many mothers report receiving inaccurate and conflicting advice on caring for a new baby, and often don't receive much advice from doctors at all —... Read more »
There will be a last fort with chairs and blankets. There will be a last story before bed. There will be a last outfit put on a Barbie doll. We don't need to know when the last one will be. We just... Read more »
Recent surveys have found women in the millennial generation are more likely to plan for pauses in their careers and professional lives, as opposed to entirely giving up working or choosing to work... Read more »
Recently, my 22-month-old son fell from the kitchen chair, breaking his right foot. For days I coddled him, protecting him from getting hurt again. But, he was determined to keep going. Watching... Read more »
Many of us have the hope that our children will carry on in our footsteps as they continue with the same cause that their parents have pursued. It’s great when your kids pick up your torch... Read more »
No email, text or phone call is worth putting my family at risk with distracted driving. Read more »
Protesters carrying signs against abortion gathered outside a Planned Parenthood Association of Utah office Tuesday afternoon to call on government officials to strip funding from the reproductive... Read more »
The first thing you need to know about Byron and Anita is this: those aren’t their real names. Read more »
A new study has found that millennial parents are more likely to report their children are their best friends and decision-making in their family is more shared between parents and kids, instead of... Read more »
In the mid–80s to mid–90s, parents seemed less inclined to wish for both sons and daughters. Some experts predicted that gender preference would continue to wane as gender roles become... Read more »
The largest threat to our society and to our economy is not the way people define marriage, but how enthusiastically and committedly they participate in it. Read more »
Nearly 25 years after his death, the beloved Dr. Seuss has a new book that will be released soon, and it’s sure to capture the hearts of a new generation of children. Read more »
All I know is that once I got past the wrinkled-nose “oh brother” prejudgments of “surrendering” and tried to read and process with an open mind, some miraculous things... Read more »
The tendency toward queen bee or wannabe starts way before the teenage years, and mothers are the first line of defense. Read more »
A race has no comparison to battling cancer, but even so, running helped me gained a glimpse of what it means to be driven by something other than yourself. Read more »
If your children don't get along well with others in kindergarten, is it possible that their behavior could affect their future success? A new study suggests it might. Read more »
A recent study by a University of Utah professor shows that divorce rates for couples who marry in their teens and after their early 30s are on the rise. Read more »
I want my family to be free to pursue whims. I want us to wake up in the morning and do what our hearts need. I want a bucket list with just one single item: enjoy. Read more »
Your risk of getting divorce may not rely so heavily on compatibility between couples, but rather the age they get married. Read more »
More and more adult children are moving back with their parents. Here's how to make sure money doesn't strain the arrangement. Read more »
It's not unlikely for your spouse and your friends to have some disagreements. Here's what you can do to make sure those conflicts don't ruin your marriage. Read more »
"Medi" the medical robot can walk, talk, dance and tell stories. It's breaking down barriers with autistic children who struggle socially. The robot demonstrates emotions and the child guesses the... Read more »
Newly married and need some advice? Trying to make sure your marriage stays strong? Here are 16 tips that'll help. Read more »
According to a recent study, when children do chores they learn to be more empathetic, they better understand the importance of contributing to family and are well-adjusted. But it isn't just about... Read more »
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