Being married with kids leaves little time to work on your marriage. Read these four expert relationship coach tips on how to improve your marriage and keep your family happy.
What are we teaching? Children learn from us (and others), when we model a particular behavior, not from us telling them what to do. Ironically, we do much more telling than modeling. What sense does it make to punish a child for taking another’s toy if they have not yet learned the concept of sharing?
Learn how to parent your tween or teen child. This expert parenting advice will teach you when to listen, what to say, and how to get closer to your teen.
Worrying about your kids doesn't always make you a good parent. This psychologist shares her personal story about parenting and the lessons she picked up along the way. Read on and learn how to truly connect with your child.
How should you react if your adult children ask for money? Is there a way to protect your interests while helping your kids? Parenting advice for some financial situations.
This expert explains what to say when your friend's child is suffering from mental illness. Learn how to handle suicide, depression and other hard to talk about topics.
Parenting is all about instilling values and lessons in your children. But have you ever noticed what they can teach you? Here, a roundup of marriage, relationship and life advice from an unexpected place... toddlers!
The back to school time of year is stressful for all kids. But for those coming out and finding confidence in their homosexuality, it can be a battlefield of bullying and discomfort. Prep yourself as a parent to be your gay child's strongest advocate.
You can improve communication in your parent-child relationship by using your children's bad behavior as teachable moments, not opportunities for punishment.
Parenting advice to help kids learn to self entertain and enjoy their own company! (Do beware: a new trend shows our micromanaged, over-structured, plugged-in generation of kids can't stand boredom. Maybe it's because we might be doing too much scheduling, entertaining and solving? Just a thought!)
When a sibling leaves for college, the children left behind are obviously directly impacted, but how they are affected varies from family to family. Read this advice on how to cope with this change.
The beginning of a new school year is a big stressor for children. While parents are well-intentioned, many contribute to the problem by placing too-high expectations on their kids. A personal development coach has some advice for teaching our youth to enjoy the ride.
Thirty-six percent of young adults still live at home, due to issues like high debt and a poor economy. Is this a parenting fail or a smart move? And is there a deeper reason for this phenomenon?
Do you dread or love school supply shopping? Knowing your Money Personality can take the chore out of this annual tradition.
Dating is hard enough, but when you add someone else's kids to the equation, things can get even trickier. Here, some things to consider when co-parenting becomes a part of your new relationship.