You love your parents, right? Well then, heed our words and do not bring these ten guys home to meet the family. That evening will just result in a trip to the ER as your father clutches his arm and your mother talks about seeing a white light. Please, raise your standards and bring home a quality guy.
From breastfeeding to vaginal dryness, there's a lot you need to know about sex after pregnancy. Some facts are nice, some are a little unpleasant, and some are just plain crazy. Guess which ones we have here for you? That's right! The nutty ones. Enjoy!
The song "Rude" by the band MAGIC! is annoying and stupid. It's annoying and stupid for a few reasons. One of those reasons is the fact that the band stylizes their name as "MAGIC!," which makes my job as an editor difficult, because I have to insert a stupid exclamation point in the middle of a sentence for no reason.
Let's be honest. When it comes to listening and following the rules, it's pretty much ingrained in your children's genes to make things harder for you. It's not their job to readily agree that you know what is best for them — they just have to do it. When you can't seem to breakthrough to them, is it OK to resort to trickery?
In her interview with Esquire Magazine, the 41-year-old actress had some choice words for those who have questioned her decision to be a childless woman.
No one ever said being a parent is easy. Still, it's better to never have a child at all, than have one and take its life away. I've been horrified by recent news stories of parenting gone wrong from mommy blogger Lacey Spears who was arrested for systematically poisoned her son Garnett to Justin Ross Harris of Georgia who "accidentally" left his 22-month-old son in the car all day. Based on the behavior of some of these so-called parents, something needs to be said.
YourTango partnered with the makers of Trojan Lubricants to survey over a thousand parents-- sexually active and inactive-- and the results surprised us! What advice did our parents have for those that might be having a hard time?
Sometimes, we have to stop and appreciate the little things in life. Warm cookies, hugs from that special someone, and animal parents who love their babies. To that end, here are 12 fabulous animal parents lovin' on their wee ones, just because we love you and want to lighten your day.
Bill and Hollie Speed knew early on in their marriage that they would have to adopt. Mrs. Speed suffered several miscarriages, and their one child, Stephen, died three days after birth. But the Speeds soldiered on. They were determined to be parents, and they were more than happy to open their home to a child in need of love and care.
If you're financially sound enough not to bat an eye for a nice dinner out and paying for a sitter, more power to you. But if you're like me, you're always looking for creative and inexpensive ways to create that alone time, like these ideas!
A pair of gay Humboldt penguins named Jumbs and Kermit (cutest names ever?) have been a couple since 2012, when they paired up and waddled off in love at the Wingham Wildlife Park in Kent, England. The one sad point in their coupling? They can't reproduce together. As they've exhibited no interest in the female penguins in their habitat, Jumbs and Kermit would never be able to become parents. At least, that's what everyone thought.
Rumor has it Taylor's super-stardom may have hit a bump in the road. It seems that her long time publicist, Paula Erickson, resigned after giving 60 days notice last month.
Meet Chanel Murrish, Britain's newest little miracle.
So exactly what is 'Caregiver's Overload Syndrome' (COS) anyway? Well, I don't think you will find it in any medical book of any kind because I made it up. It is just my own term for what many people do who care for others. Simply stated, Caregiver's Overload Syndrome is the act of constantly taking care of others at our own expense.
It's a hard balance wanting to let kids be kids and wanting them to be informed to make the right decision. In Kansas, this balance has definitely come to a head when parents found out that a poster listing various sexual acts was posted in the classroom.