There is a common misconception that family estrangement is a particular event or outcome. Rather, it’s often based on ongoing issues.
A moral philosopher and bioethicist offers parents some tips for weighing family masking decisions.
All that planning, shopping, prepping, serving and cleaning can pay off with better physical and mental health for all members of the family.
Men are increasingly expected to share housework and spend time with their partners and children.
African countries need multi-sectoral approaches to tackle food insecurity.
Parents of young children are reporting alarming increases in anxiety and depression during COVID-19. This is not only a risk to parents’ mental health, but also to children’s long-term well-being.
We’ve got this: parents can build kids’ resiliency in by focussing on what’s going well, maintaining some predictability and order, modelling belief in their own abilities and caring for themselves.
From livening up household chores to connecting kids with relatives who are far away, music can a play a vital role.
For new mothers with postpartum depression, social distancing limits some of the best ways to improve their mental health.
Working long hours and want to make the most of time with your children? Your local park is an ideal place for sharing experiences that benefit the whole family.
Nearly half of apartment residents are now families with children whose quality of life suffers if their neighbourhoods don’t provide the spaces and activities they need to thrive.
A dive into the archives shows that pets developed a special place in Victorians’ hearts.
Children now spend more time at home and alone with their parents – new research.
A regular family ritual like a dinner and games night contributes to the rhythm and predictability of life and becomes part of a family’s unique DNA.
All of us have allergies to people whose seemingly inconsequential behaviour repulses us. Here’s how to deal with it this holiday season.
Over the past 20 years, the number of American households that have grandparents, their kids and their grandkids living under the same roof has nearly doubled.
The Wife: my research shows that this self-sacrificing form of wifehood is hardly history.
In the 1970s, a young urban planning professor, Dolores Hayden, believed that city design was the key to unlocking patriarchal structures that trapped women in the home. How much has the city changed?
In Sydney, families with children now account for one in four households living in apartments. The expectations and design of apartments have not kept up with this rapid demographic change.
Older relatives often object to younger people using their smartphones and tablets during family gatherings. But digital devices can connect distant relatives year-round.