If you and the kids are stumped for things to do these holidays, and looking for ways to reconnect after a really trying school term, here are some ideas to try.
Let your children embrace boredom, don’t try too hard to create the perfect lockdown holiday and warn your employer your attention might be even more divided than usual over the next few weeks.
There’s a need to better understand coercive control as an important component of domestic violence when it comes to making decisions around co-parenting.
Values in adulthood rarely change. But major events, like wars — and pandemics — can shift our priorities.
All that planning, shopping, prepping, serving and cleaning can pay off with better physical and mental health for all members of the family.
The Igbos, like most other indigenous groups, believe in maintaining a legacy of not just their language, but other values, including trans-generational business legacies.
Disputes can seem to threaten us and what we stand for morally.
A psychologist and expert on gender diversity explains strategies for creating a healthy environment for trans or nonbinary kids.
Psychological research presents some unsurprising wisdom about how to make big decisions without regret: focus on people, don’t miss opportunities, and stay true to yourself.
Women and their careers benefit when men are allowed – and encouraged – by their employers to do more caregiving.
Do we need to just endure grumpy pandemic walks? Creative arts therapists offer tips about how to light up the important family and community connections and routines in your life.
Growing core coping skills isn’t just a matter of learning not to be triggered by children’s strong feelings; it’s also about creating positive meaningful activities that promote mutual bonding.
Studies have shown that highlighting individual responsibility isn’t quite as effective as it seems
The social pressure of declining rule-breaking invitations will be considerably higher this year.
Holiday movies have been an essential part of the American winter celebrations. They offer a glimpse into how the world is could be, often in sharp contrast to reality.
Some parents of kids with disabilities are doubling as specialized teachers, occupational therapists, speech therapists and psychologists during the pandemic.
Understanding a family member’s diagnosis can help teens feel less stressed, afraid and alone.
The second (and third) wave of the pandemic continues as the end-of-year holiday season approaches. Here are strategies to fight Zoom fatigue while staying virtually close to your loved ones.
More states are adding mask mandates as COVID-19 cases soar. If you’re traveling, shopping or seeing friends and family in person, masks are a crucial protective measure.
The pandemic is bringing up tough new questions as parents and grandparents develop advance care plans. Here’s how to start the conversation.