By JOE DZIEMIANOWICZ
Television-loving toddlers are in for poor health in adolescence.
By Kashmira Gander
Parents often claim they love their children equally—but do they raise them the same? The answer might be no, according to a study into mothers.
By Michael Thompson
I'm writing this as my 5-year-old and 2-year-old are taking a nap on the sofa a few feet away from me. The two of them haven't been feeling well the last four days. Combine this with the fact that 24 hours ago we went into lock-down here in Spain due to the coronavirus, and it looks like this will be my life for some time to come.
Parents often experience less closeness with the teenager than with the child.
By Carl E Pickhardt Ph.D.
By Shelley Emling
When my three kids were little, people would always remark, “Enjoy your kids now. They grow up so quickly.” And, yes, they were right. But whereas days used to slip away like hours and weeks used to fly by like days, more recently our months as a family unit feel as though they’re elapsing like minutes. The pace of our lives has grown so fast, it’s kind of like watching my favorite movie with the fast-forward button depressed, when all I want to do is hit pause.