As parents, we need to help our children develop problem-solving skills. Instead of escalating a situation, we need to help out children learn to de-escalate and find peaceful solutions. Social norms seem to have coarsened over time, but it is still important to look for solutions instead of resorting to violence.
Motherhood, especially when you have more than one child, is wonderful, miraculous and everything the women who came to your baby shower said it would be. But it’s also all-encompassing in a way that the author never could have imagined before she had kids.
Researchers say motherhood is one of the biggest causes of the gender pay gap. It might take fathers to change that.
Technology is making working from home a viable option for many industries. A Gallup poll found almost half of employed Americans, or 43 percent, spend some time working remotely.
The midlife crisis is an old cliché, of course, with little support in lifespan research, but two new books address just this mid-life marital ennui.
We need to overcome resistance to later school start times. More rest improves teens’ well-being, public safety and academic performance.