By Michael O. Schroeder
As the coronavirus continues its rapid spread internationally and across the U.S., many Americans are heeding public health advice from the Centers from Disease Control and Prevention to prepare for the possibility of a lengthy home stay.
by Rachel Nania, AARP
Website ratings and reviews matter to older adults, research shows
By Wendy Wood, The Conversation
More than 80% of people who make New Year’s resolutions have already given up on their goals by February.
By Mike Vardy
I haven’t made any new year’s resolutions. It’s not that I don’t believe in them or think that they don’t work. It’s that I don’t believe in them in January and know they don’t work at this time of year. So I don’t start my new year on January 1st.
By Azmaira H. Maker Ph.D. Azmaira H. Maker Ph.D.
Keeping the holidays peaceful and joyful for the kids is critical, given the multiple stressors parents experience at this time. Travel plans, family get-togethers, finances and budgets, children being home from school, meal planning, and differences in cultural, spiritual, and religious celebratory practices can trigger significant conflicts. Hence, as the holidays approach, it's important for parents (married or divorced) to be mindful of the arguments and negotiations, and the need to keep the holidays pleasurable for kids.