Hint: It’s a word you learned in preschool.
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Canadians are united by a love of hockey. We’re tolerant of newcomers and proud of our multiculturalism. We treasure our health-care system. We don’t like guns. We celebrate our history. Or maybe not.
Summer offers some unique dating opportunities, and it’s a traditionally lazy time. So don’t be boring and offer a dinner and a movie. Be creative and research what’s available near you for no cost at all.
Buying someone you love a gift that expresses your truest feelings isn’t always easy. But when you get it right, the joy they show is worth it. Here’s how to discover a gift your recipient will love.
Let’s hear it for the #girlboss!
One of the most important things you can do for your child is help them manage their emotions. But it’s not an easy thing to teach. Here, experts give their best tips on raising emotionally intelligent children.
While some etiquette rules have gone out the window, there are still some you must follow at every wedding.
Some people might think kids are a little strange for playing with a make-believe person for hours on end, but they are actually learning a lot from it!
Last September, I left my job as a full-time newspaper reporter and photographer to be a stay-at-home dad for my daughter, Olivia. Here’s what I’ve learned in the first nine months.
Here’s why Hollywood’s hot, steamy sex is leaving you and your partner cold.
Is beauty actually in the eye of the beholder? Yes— and in the nose and in the ear. New research suggests it’s the total package.
Word to the wise: these dating habits are a major turn-off.
Mother’s Day can be incredibly painful after losing your mom. Here’s how to cope, from women who have been there.
Studies have shown that having sex more often is beneficial to your health, and eating vitamin and protein-rich foods can easily boost your libido. Find out the eight best aphrodisiacs.
Living far away from your partner could actually bring you closer together.
Spilled red wine on the bride’s dress? Phone rang at the ceremony? An etiquette expert explains what you should do next.
Show Mom some love (and share a few facts) this Mother’s Day with 13 things you may not know about the holiday.
If you think your partner may be depressed, your first step is to pay attention to the clues to get the right diagnosis and treatment. Here’s what to look for and how to take action.
Are you in less of the honeymoon phase and more of the “don’t forget paper towels on your way home” part of your marriage? Saying these little phrases daily to your husband or wife could help you stay close.