Happiness Tax Highest In United States Research over the past 40 years has generally suggested that adults with children are less happy than nonparents. Dr. Jennifer Glass studied the happiness of parents and nonparents in 22 industrialized countries. She discovered
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
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
Having an amazing relationship with your child is the foundation for everything we want to accomplish as parents. Here’s how to make that happen. Be real. Great relationships are built upon honesty, caring, and communication. Be genuine with your child.
Should parents secretly monitor their child’s text messages, phone calls and social media activities in order to keep them safe? That’s a dilemma confronted by parents as they try to balance safety with honoring their child’s privacy and independence. A