Critics who are irritated by a lack of an apparent villain in ‘Encanto’ need to take a closer look at the effects of colonial displacement.
Mei’s family run a temple to their ancestors in Toronto, depicting a rich and important tradition in Chinese culture.
A migrant’s dream is tied to the dreams of their family, the analysis found. The same is true of their actions.
Rage is a part of human motherhood, sandwiched between grief and shame. But it can be harnessed to build a better world.
Even babies who are not yet standing or walking get lots of benefits from active movement – but most infants aren’t getting enough physical activity.
The science of stress explains why parenting during the pandemic feels so hard. Here are strategies from psychologists for taking back control when you dread yet another challenging day ahead.
As people living in long-term care homes brave another lockdown, communication is key and the presence of family members (virtually or through the window) is needed.
Elite employers have created an atmosphere where workers constantly seek to be as busy as possible. Families are often the first casualty of this culture.
The modern home is a digital home – so why are mothers who game so overlooked?
Out of everything that Josephine Baker accomplished in her life, her child advocacy work is perhaps the most overlooked.
Negotiation does not have to be win-lose; it can and should be win-win.
A new study shows the impacts of child sex abuse material on the families of offenders - who are described as ‘secondary victims’.
Surrogacy can be exploitative, but a theologian writes how it can also remind individuals that family is not just biological but also social and relational.
Estimates suggest that every 12 seconds, a child somewhere in the world loses a caregiver to the coronavirus pandemic.
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.