Violent video games like Halo 3 and Manhunt 2 are great holiday gifts for your kids, but only if you’ve still got a 30-year-old living at home. If your kids still believe in the Tooth Fairy and like to be read bedtime stories, then you’ll need to shop carefully to find suitable games.
Christmas is a time of giving to our loved ones. But what do we do if they don’t want or need anything? Here are some simple, easy ways to give from your heart.
It may be a little-known fact among singles, but the truth is this: People are more likely to talk to you if you’re with a dog than if you’re alone. Single dog owners, take note.
Moms are generally the ones responsible for caring for their offspring. It’s no different in the animal kingdom. Whether goose, hen, giraffe or dolphin, mom rules the roost.
If you’re always disappointed in the way you or your family come across in your photos then you may not be posing correctly. Learn how to carry yourself in front of a camera so you can look like the real you in any family photo.
Whatever age you are, your friends are an important element in your life. Here are five compelling reasons to keep old friendships alive while making new ones.
Spring is the time for teens to get a jump on the competition for a summer job. Here’s how you can help.
How do you show appreciation for the one person who has been there from the beginning? With a gift from the heart-it’s the kind that Mom will respond to the best.
Do you and your partner do too much together? Find out how too much togetherness can hurt your relationship and why experts advise some time apart.
You love your sweetie, you just don’t happen to like some of the people in his life. If you don’t know when to hold ’em and when to fold ’em, here are some strategies to help you figure out what to do.
While it’s not easy to initiate discussions with teens about the highs and lows of love, specialists say there are ways to do it.
It’s a struggle familiar to many parents: getting children to brush their teeth-and floss them, too. Here’s how to get them going.
Is your child dyslexic? You may know what signs to look for, but it can still be difficult to tell.
Ah, the holidays! A time for family get-togethers, where spirits run high and tension can take its toll. Find out how RD staff deal with family functions. We would love to hear your survival tips as well!
It is estimated that 60% of men have extramarital affairs, leaving more than half of all women in relationships hurt and confused. Leaving a cheater is usually the first option for many women, but some are willing to give their man a second chance. It’s never easy, so here are five tips on how to work things out if you decide to take your guy back.
Our kids are getting too much screen time and not enough play time. Help your kids to get moving so they can become fit and stay healthy.
Whether it’s your first or last who’s leaving home to go to college or university, this is an emotional time. Learn how to deal with the increased space and decreased demand on your time and skills as a parent.
Kids think they’re stressed about homework! In a cross-country survey last year, 72% of parents said homework is a frequent cause of stress. The most important thing to remember, as parents, is that your children need to do their own homework. Help them, of course: Ask them questions, provide explanations, coach them through problems. But don’t do it for them.
Creating healthy family habits can be as simple as eating together regularly or as complex as practicing conflict negotiation skills. These 8 habits are effective, inexpensive and good for the world around you.
There’s no formula to perfect parenting, but there are some steps you can take to get your kids to simmer down and help out around the house. Here are some suggested approaches to common challenges.