Children, just like adults, benefit greatly from consistent and deliberate self-care activities.
Research suggests that physicians underestimate the level and duration of grief experienced by parents of stillborn babies.
Dealing with my son’s PTSD and anxiety turned into a healing process for the both of us.
When our teens have ideas and are ready to work for change in our world, how do we keep their hopeful spirits rising?
Parenting is not about you. It’s about your child. It’s about who your child is and what their specific needs are.
Research indicates the most important predictor of a child’s emotional and psychological stability is the closeness of the parent/child relationship.
How we react to our kids’ emotions has an impact on the development of their emotional intelligence.
We should be striving to raise kids who ask thoughtful questions, challenge the "experts," and closely examine the answers.
Families who make goals together keep goals together.
Helping your kid manage their emotions requires you to learn to manage yours first.
Research over the past decade highlights the link between affection in childhood and health and happiness in the future.
Dating will not just keep you both close to each other, but its positive effects will model a strong and healthy relationship for your children, thus creating a happy home.