Are gay parents any different than heterosexual parents? The research says no. And while openly gay couples trying to adopt is a fairly new social phenomenon, there is nothing new at all about gay parents.
PARENTS IN THE CLOSET
Although stigma remains, surveys show increasing public acceptance of Read More
Teenagers live a lot of their life online. Texting is the preferred mode of conversation, exceeding talking on the phone for today's teens. While parents may feel frustrated by the amount of time their kids spend on computers and texting on mobile devices, it can help to remember that they were probably ...
THREE CONCEPTS OF LOVE
We usually think of love in three different ways in the context of our intimate relationships: words, feelings and actions.
The differences in the manifestations of these three concepts cause a lot of confusion and often misery in our lives. How often have you heard a friend ...
"Oh, he's so paranoid" is an expression we hear tossed around casually. It is mistakenly used to describe fearfulness as in, "she's paranoid about driving by herself." Paranoia is also incorrectly used to describe worry that is excessive such as "he's paranoid he'll lose ...
Many relationships “survive” infidelity. Current research estimates that about 30% of relationships touched by infidelity do not dissolve. Relationships are always fluid and surviving does not mean the relationship stays the same. A new relationship emerges when a couple decides to remain together. ...