Intimate relationships are evolving. More and more often couples are choosing to cohabit instead of making the commitment to each other through marriage.
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Don’t blame your children for not being motivated in the classroom — they may not have much of a say.
From a very young age, if I’ve been anything, I’ve been domestic. There is no doubt that this is my calling in life. It’s what makes me happy.
The Maryland couple who made national headlines for letting their children walk home unaccompanied from a park are in potential trouble with Child Protective Services again after the kids were picked up Sunday by police one-third of a mile from home.
We all want our children to grow up and be independent adults. Yet, figuring out how to get them there can be challenging. Good parents teach and train their children along the way so that they can learn and be ready to be completely independent.
Research suggests parents who figure that soon the baby will be old enough to help out around the house may be in for a surprise.
For the awkward situations that come up at dinner parties and dreaded family gatherings, avoid these well-meant comments that are not always well-received by single people.
The Knot, an online resource for weddings, released its 2014 survey last month, which reported that American weddings continue to cost more and offer a new experience for guests, according to a press release.
A new study from the Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem found that pregnancy may make women age slower. The study said women undergo a rejuvenating process during pregnancy, which slows down aging, The Telegraph reported.
According to Linker, the move towards childlessness represents the move toward hedonism, a system of morals that dictates pleasure as the highest moral good.
How much would you pay for the secrets behind the Mirage’s volcano eruption or an insider’s look at Siegfried & Roy’s Secret Garden & Dolphin Habitat? How much is a tour behind the scenes at the Adventuredome, the Bellagio’s fountain show or the Shark Reef worth? These and many other venues in town are set to invite the curious in free as part of the Las Vegas Science & Technology Festival, set for April 24 through May 2.
We all have those days when nothing seems to go right. But no matter how down and depressed you feel, here are four things you’re bound to forget (but never should) when those horrible days come.
The effects of too many family arguments can have a lasting impact on a person’s health, according to a new study published in Preventive Medicine, which found that constant family conflict can lead a child toward obesity.
It goes without saying that frequently calling children “stupid” “lazy” or “bad” can do major damage over time to their self-esteem. However, there are other, less obvious ways to destroy a child’s self-confidence. The following are 5 parental attitudes and behaviors that discourage children.
The proportion of teens is at its smallest point in American history, with greater decline coming. And that poses some interesting demographic challenges.
With ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’, Hollywood seems to be romanticizing abusive and unhealthy relationships. But at the end of the day, what we see are two people struggling with their own insecurities and a woman who is trying to “save” her man.
A new report from The Humane Society shows why one-third of domestic violence victims won’t leave their abuser.
There are some tricks seasoned parents learn in order to survive those early months of a baby’s life. And there are some definite do’s and do not’s when it comes to nighttime soothing.
Pregnancy brain, or the loss of memory or concentration while pregnant, is apparently a myth. Who knew?
Getting a cell phone is the latest milestone for American 6-year-olds. A new survey in Child Guide magazine, a resource guide for parents, found that the average American child gets their first cell phone when they’re 6 years old.
It’s not that happily-ever-after isn’t happy, but it it does take a bit more work than we sometimes anticipate.
New research suggests that parents who globally praise their children or offer praise based on character traits instead of behavior, are more likely to raise narcissists than parents who have lower regard for their children.