Looking for a last-minute getaway with the kids before back to school? A spontaneous summer vacation can be fun for everyone -- and a great investment in your family.
If your loved ones are critical of your weight -- guess what? You're even more likely to put on some extra pounds.
Here are some internet and smartphone rules that kids would set for their parents.
Looking for more and better sex? If you're a man, you might consider doing more chores - vacuuming or the dishes - a little more often.
Whether it's wearing a forced smile or being part of group that can't keep straight faces, there's a lot you can tell from awkward family photos.
When highly-educated, dual-career couples have their first child, both spouses think the baby increases their workloads by equal amounts. A new study... Read more...
How can you make the transition into parenthood a little bit easier? With a little time management, a little organizing, and a little bit of zen.
Authoritarian, controlling parents, are more likely to raise disrespectful, delinquent children who do not see them as legitimate authority figures.
Here, find out about the four primary types of parenting, as well as their potential impact on kids.
If you’re a hyperparent, you might not even know it. But if you are, you might want to learn to relax with your kids - for their sake, and yours.
Siblings of kids with disabilities may experience more problems with interpersonal relationships, psychological issues, and other social issues.
Many factors can influence the well-being of a family. One factor is certainly the emotional and physical health of the parents of special-needs kids.
Much of how you raise your child with special needs will depend on your family’s personal beliefs and the nature of his or her disability.
The birth of a child with a disability, or the discovery that a child has a disability, can have profound effects on the family.
If you have recently learned that your child has a developmental delay or a disability - which may or may not be completely defined - this message is be for you.
Adolescence can be a bewildering time -- for both teens and their parents. Yet it can also be thrilling to watch kids grow and change.
In any family, each sibling is unique, important, and special. So are the relationships they have with each other.
The first population-based study to examine the recurrence risk for autism spectrum disorders, and to consider the recurrence risk for full- and half-siblings