It’s a painful secret: there are times when you wish your suffering, insufferable, difficult or distressed parent would die. What do you do with your sadness, anger and guilt?
To keep spoken communication between parent and teenager clearly understood, it really helps to keep choice of language declarative and operational so the speaker can be understood
This post explains the two types of love and provides steps to help you enhance your love intelligence and attract healthier love in your life.
Children may be hidden victims during the pandemic. Two new studies reveal how parenting under pandemic-related stress may be undermining children’s safety.
You don’t have to be a Super Parent to be exactly the parent your child needs during the pandemic.
Do you struggle with standing up for yourself? Are you fearful that others will reject you, malign you, or punish you if you assert your needs? Then this article is for you.
What are your kids learning from your divorce? They aren’t able to tell you what parents need to know. You can help them learn resilience and security with just a few tips.
How has COVID-19 impacted the lives and mental health of Americans living in rural areas?
A new book takes a close look at why family rifts occur and how to mend them.
New research sheds light on the lasting impact that parents’ post-divorce conflicts can have on their children’s fear of abandonment.