What makes for a good life? We all strive for happiness, but does that do the trick?
What seemed like a quick fix for busy parents and teachers with energetic kids has now become a serious problem.
“I didn’t set out to be a radical, I just wanted my kids swaddled at day care.”
Never before in American history have so many men done absolutely nothing.
New research suggests it can thicken parts of your gray matter in some key areas.
John Gottman, a psychologist and relationship counselor, said these six things actually often are signs of a healthy relationship.
"Sometimes, the lights inside are still on. We must help these patients trapped in the prisons of their own bodies."
It makes sense.
It's pretty wild.
A huge study finds that users face higher risks to their mental health.
A new study shows that millennials love dropping ‘the occasional F bomb’ at work.
Without clear boundaries for behavior, children will naturally try their luck.
Finally, a victory for universal preschool, right? Not so fast.
A new study found that is the most common activity used to ‘bring the whole family together.’
The best way “to raise emotional tyrants” is to “feed the beast.”
After the first presidential debate of 2016, CNN decided to see what the kids thought of the spectacle. The answer? Not much:
Mall of America officials announced they will not participate in the Black Friday creep which has overtaken Thanksgiving.
He had a checklist.
Is the decline of basic skills knowledge driving the stagnation in schools?
Simple wisdom that's relevant for our time.
Are their reasons persuasive?
Boy Scouting and many residential summer camps teach essential life skills – such as a cooperative work ethic and active civic engagement.
Here are the five things kids will remember of you.
Is it time we put to rest the idea that homeschoolers are social outcasts?
“Most public schools are good at doing what they’re intended to do – provide a uniform ‘education’ to the masses. If you want that, go for it."
The often ribald comedian shared some surprising reflections on the importance of marriage.
Eighty-two percent of today’s parents did chores as a child, but only 28 percent of them expect the same out of their own children.
Brian Gordon is one dad who understands this just as well as anyone.