"The question is which are okay, which are not okay."
Did the 20th century bring a breakthrough in how children are treated?
Scrap getting fitter or eating better and focus more on the people in your life.
Has lockdown made your pet extra clingy?
An archaeologist considers the history and biology of what defines a taste of home.
Experts plead with Americans to keep gatherings limited this Thanksgiving, while families devise new ways to celebrate the holidays.
Having grown kids still at home is not likely to do you, or them, any permanent harm.
The color of toys has a much deeper effect on children than some parents may realize.
The ability to speak up and ask will give these future leaders a much needed boost.
'Little kids, little problems; big kids, big problems.'
Most of us carry a mother's voice in the neural patterns of our brain.
The problem is that what's true of magnets is not at all true of romance.
Surveys show three different types of couples who live apart together.
Parental anxieties stem from the complex relationship between technology, child development, and the internet's trove of unseemly content.
Having lots of kids is great for the success of the species. But there's a hitch.
Want help raising your kids? Spend more time at church, says new study.
Parenting could be a distraction from what mattered most to him: his writing.
Seldom are these conversations actually anti-racist.
Yet, the real-world roles and expectations of fathers have changed in recent years.
Does what you believe in come from reason? Or just your community?
Do adults need to be more carefree, in order for their lives to go well?
Someday, presumably, we'll go back to our lives. Our furry buddies will wonder where we went.
Young people could even end up less anxiety-ridden, thanks to newfound confidence
The key to raising indistractable kids is to first determine why they're distracted.
Prior to COVID-19, 45% of people with intellectual disabilities reported feeling lonely.
How do you overcome the tension between autonomy and solidarity?
What subjects and ideas do you discuss with your friends when you see them?
An inside look at common relationship problems that link to how we were raised.
A new study finds the temperament of infants can vary based on where they live.
We as a society need to rethink the way we value careers over everything else.