By Teen Parenting Expert, Barbara Greenberg, PhD, for GalTime.com talking to your teens about sex Dear Dr. G., I am a perplexed mother. My daughter came home from college (her sophomore year) for the Jewish holidays on Thursday.
By Talking Teenage, Jennifer A. Powell-Lunder, Psy.D., for GalTime.com curbing your shopping ways Most parents want to give their teens the world, and then some. There does indeed reach a point where we sometimes take a step back and realize perhaps somewhere along the way we may have let things go a bit awry.
By Relationship Coach, Nancy Pina, for GalTime.com parenting the way you want Have you heard parents say in amazement, “I sound just like my Mom (or Dad)”! The words that made them want to flee the room as a child seem to flow right out of their own mouths as parents. Instinctively, kids can pinpoint hot spots and become the sandpaper to old hurts.
By Marina Sbrochi, Author of Stop Looking For A Husband: Find the Love of Your Life, for GalTime.com making the meeting successful
Imagine dying because of something in your tap water -- not in some remote Third World country, but right here in the United States. Now, stop imagining, because our water is not nearly as clean as you've been led to believe -- and in many parts of the country, it's positively filthy and even outright deadly.
This article, although not designed to generalize, describes several types of men to consider not partnering with and why. The stories here are offered for you to take from them what works for you and leave the rest.
Recently, I was chatting with my text buddy James, and from what I've gathered, he wants to hook up with me ... and I don't want to. Anyway, one night he came right out asked how many people I've slept with. I told him it was none of his business... the cheeky bastard. Still, I was intrigued.