Thanksgiving with your partner's family is like the ghost of every cocktail party you've ever skipped coming back to enact its revenge. You want to make a good impression, but you're in an unfamiliar setting and you're wearing uncomfortable clothes (high-necked wool sweaters might as well be straitjackets), you don't have nearly enough booze (what is this? A cup for ants?), and you're cornered into mind-numbing conversations you'd rather have… never.Read Full Story
Dr. Fran Walfish, Beverly Hills child-and-family psychotherapist and author of The Self-Aware Parent, says a certain amount of bickering, rivalry and fighting is natural between brothers and sisters. So how can Mom and Dad encourage kids to stop the squabbling? Parental attention and sibling playtime make for a good start.Read Full Story
More moms than ever are working these days. And unfortunately, working takes you away from your family and can lead to feelings of guilt. Toss that guilt and stress aside! You are working because you care about your kids, and just because you work doesn't mean you can't have a strong, loving bond with your children.Read Full Story
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