As a parent to Fiona, my five-year-old daughter with a rare syndrome, I spend a lot of time teaching others to treat her with respect.
Who has the uncanny ability to both irritate and totally “get” you, often at the same time? Your sister, of course! Here are the things you’ll definitely identify with if you have a sweet, sassy and sometimes sinister sis.
We had three small children when my husband realized he was gay, but helping him come out taught them an important lesson—when love is your foundation, anything is possible.
Whether you’re the best man, maid of honour, or master of ceremonies, it never hurts to kick off your wedding speech with a knee-slapper. Choose from our best-ever marriage jokes to roast the happy couple before you toast them!
Birth order doesn’t automatically impact your personality. But there are some common traits that middle children share—beyond peacekeeping.
Friends are supposed to build you up, not knock you down.
Going back to school can be stressful for the whole family—arm yourself with these tips to have the smoothest back-to-school season yet.
Everyone deals with criticism at one point or another, whether it be judgment from family members or critiques at work. Here’s how to take it in stride.
All that self-blame can take a major toll on your mental and physical health. Here’s how to retrain your brain to stop feeling guilty.
The decade known for happy housewives and Mad Men husbands may not appear to offer much guidance for modern unions. But these tips about loyalty, generosity, and love have proven to be timeless.
While some etiquette rules have gone out the window, there are still some you must follow at every wedding.
Spilled red wine on the bride’s dress? Phone rang at the ceremony? An etiquette expert explains what you should do next.
It's natural for parents to want to praise their child, but offering this compliment could actually backfire, according to science.
Social media may not be so social after all.
Here are inspiring ideas to brighten someone’s day in 120 seconds or less. Pass it on!
Working for an employer you respect and trust is essential for your health, happiness, and success in the office. These red flags suggest that your higher-up doesn’t deserve your faith—and that it may be time to move on.
Here’s why you should stop feeling guilty for your girls’ nights out—and start booking them more often!
Mother’s Day can be incredibly painful after losing your mom. Here’s how to cope, from women who have been there.
Show Mom some love (and share a few facts) this Mother’s Day with 13 things you may not know about the holiday.
Abuse can happen even without physical violence.