Some weeks ago, I tuned into an NPR radio interview with Penn and Teller, those amazing magicians/entertainers who have for decades defied logic and fooled us with their brilliant illusions. What caught my interest was the oddity of the interview.
We often agonize about the technology expectations we have for our kids, but what rules do our children want for us? When kids between the ages of 10 to 17 were asked that question, their highest priority was that we
Important Steps Parents Can Take To Minimize Negative Side-Effects Of Divorce For Their Children Divorce can be earth-shattering for everyone, but arguably no one suffers more than the children involved. That being said, while divorce has proven to have devastating
Arguing in front of your kids can be healthy. Your children know that there are times when conflicts occur in any relationship. When tensions exist, telling your spouse that “we’ll talk about this later in private” may evoke more anxiety
Dr. Gregory Ramey never sugar coats it. He has kindly allowed the Ohio Family Law Blog to repost many of his articles pertinent to our readership since 2007. So, you may ask, why post this one? Well, the answer is