Are you unsure how to respond to a disappointed child? Here’s how I’m learning to react when my kids experience small letdowns.
Researchers say men and women have distinctly different preferences on how they connect with others. Date night movies meet both his and her needs.
Are you parenting an angry child? Here are some tips on how you can help your kid control, process, and express anger better.
When it comes to teamwork in your relationship, which TV couple are you and your significant other most like? Take this fun quiz to find out.
Do you want to encourage your kids to love the arts? Here are several practical ways we are doing this with our four daughters.
Need some suggestions on how to inspire patriotism in your kids this Fourth of July? Here are a few suggestions.
Conflict in marriage doesn't need to feel hopeless. Here are ways you can work through it together and come out stronger.
How can you keep a relationship strong over distance? Here's what we discovered in our own "absence = what?" experiment.
I often let comparison blind me to the beauty of my own individual story. Do you?
Here are five things to tell your husband this Father's Day.
Community keeps us needy and that's a good thing. Here's why.
If you and your spouse are currently facing stressful decisions, here are three team-building strategies you can practice.
If you could "do over" any day, what day would it be? My daughter Savannah recently asked me this question. I was surprised to discover what my answer -- and hers -- revealed about us both.
How can you help your kids be more adventurous eaters? Here's one way.
Maybe your parenting story includes miscarriage. If so, you are not alone.
We’ve gotten creative in discovering pastimes the entire family can enjoy together. Here are three of our favorite “age-defying” activities.
Here are 3 ways you can help your daughter respond well to mean girls.
Here are 3 ways you can help your kids actively engage media.
Are you struggling to love your imperfect spouse well? If so, here’s one secret to overlooking flaws and building your spouse up in the process.
Even in marriage, there’s a fine line between confiding and venting. And it’s a distinction that’s important to make.