Marriage & Parenting
Punishments prove to be counterproductive when a child lies, says a new study.
Less than 2 percent of Utah teens in the state foster care system are able to obtain driver's licenses. Foster teens and the Division of Child and Family Services are asking lawmakers to consider a... Read more »
Recent research studies and experts suggest that teaching your child two languages will enhances his or her brain development. Read more »
Every parent knows that sometimes, especially in those early years, you are battling extreme conditions. For all you parents still in the throes of survival mode, here are nine tips for survival... Read more »
Mommy friends are about the hottest commodity a stay-at-home mom can have, so it’s no wonder we’re always on the lookout for solid fellow mothers to add to our Rolodex of go-to... Read more »
I had finally figured out how to work the "boo" system until my husband intervened. Read more »
Parenting teenagers can be tricky, but Brad Wilcox and Jerrick Robbins offer some valuable insights to help reduce the pitfalls of parent-teen relationships and other situations. Read more »
Through the years, we have thought a great deal about joy. One of the things we have concluded is that the greatest joys of all come in and through and because of families. Read more »
With hundreds of thousands of books published every year, it’s clearly impossible to read them all (especially for a busy mother). Read more »
The Wheatley Institute of Brigham Young University is sponsoring a conference today, titled "Family is Crucial: Views from Law and Social Science." Read more »
Children who feel like they're not the favorite sibling are more likely to abuse substances if they grow up in families low on warmth and interaction, according to a new study from Brigham Young... Read more »
Chris and Sally Mart have adopted 17 children over the years, and most require constant attention Read more »
I believe in keeping our children young as long as we can. There's no need to hurry up the maturity. Read more »
Free lunches, dry cleaning, massages — frozen eggs? Read more »
Many of us grew up hearing warnings about overpopulation — the crowding, the depleting of resources, the pollution and the inability of the earth to sustain so many people. But things change. Read more »
Unrated DVDs and Blu-rays have become a popular part of the home video market. Parents should be aware of the content and definitions of unrated DVDs so they can make better movie viewing decisions... Read more »
My mother didn't specialize in home decor or gourmet cooking, and she didn't lift weights or run marathons. But she makes me feel like I am the most important, wonderful person ever born. Read more »
Did you know that children need a minimum of eight touches during a day to feel connected to a parent? Read more »
The key to parenting in the digital age isn't about your children at all. It's about you. Read more »
Jimmy Kimmel brought tears to the eyes of many children recently. But they weren't tears of joy. Read more »
Create a lasting and fulfilling marriage by adopting these 10 guiding principles. Read more »
When simply watching someone makes your heart feel as if it could explode right out of your chest, you really should let that person know. Read more »
There are some things I want you to know about me. About children. About this journey through motherhood that we're both on. Read more »
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