Before I begin, let me preface this piece by saying that I take dog parenting very seriously. I don't just wake up, take the dogs out, make sure they're fed, leave for 10 hours and come back to do it all over again. I actually "parent" my pooches. Parenting these two furballs has been wonderful practice. I believe that, through them, my husband and I have established our roles as a parenting duo.
Are you stuck in a relationship where you feel like you are just filling someone else's spot? Do you feel like the other person isn't totally being upfront with you? Even worse, are you starting to feel disrespected by your partner? Then you need to turn on your television every Thursdays to get a few love lessons.
One mom shares why she no longer wants a big family and she's done having children.
Halloween is just around the corner. A day that both children and adults equally enjoy. I mean, seriously, what's not to love? You have a legitimate reason to release your childhood inhibitions and become whoever you want, for the night—all, while scoring free candy (whether you're going door-to-door or snatching it from some kid).
Parents should never have to apologize for things like, oh, a baby crying in public. Nor should they have to justify how and why they choose to discipline their kids. It's no one’s business but theirs. But naturally, other people think they have a right to butt in and make their opinion known, even demanding an apology from parents. Nope.
A new study finds that being a perfectionist can be detrimental to your health and has been linked to suicide. It can worsen, if throughout childhood the parents constantly add to the pressure that is, personally, being applied by the perfectionist.
A mom who was diagnosed with breast cancer, speaks about what it taught her about motherhood.
37 things that get in the way of quality time/sex, when you're a parent.
A five month, pregnant woman finds out her boyfriend is gay.
5 Things moms should stop wearing immediately.