Nick Pavlidis argues that true love doesn’t come instantly, but rather is built over time, as two people embrace each other’s imperfections and learn to accept who they really are.
Doyin Richards explains how cooking can be one of the best ways parents can bond with their children.
Filling your child with love, by Jon Vaughn.
…put on a Princess Leia costume, of course.
Have you ever given a gift to assuage guilt for what you couldn’t give your kids? What would happen if you gave the gift of you instead?
In the world’s oldest experiment called parenting, you and the rest of the world are the two objects; your actions (both good and bad) are the unseen forces and your child is the field in between.
Being the Primary Caregiver Doesn’t Mean Being the Favorite Parent. And Sometimes That Really Sucks.
Dave Lesser knows that he can’t always be his children’s favorite parent. But that doesn’t make it hurt any less.
His father went from a childhood of poverty and cruelty to a being able to provide his sons with everything he never had. But that isn’t why Bob Marrow loved his Dad, or why he always will.
Nick is a paramedic and a hero. He married the love of his life, Jessica, and it should have been “happy ever after,” until her cousin ran to the American Family Association to call their marriage a fraud.
Ian Wilson had recently come out, and fallen in love. He carefully planned when he would introduce his new boyfriend to his kids. Then life intervened.
Modern technology is changing lives. This dad looked at his young son and realized there will be things he will not experience and will not understand
Ricardo and Jesse Ortiz-Barreto adopted older kids in the 1990s, and were the first gay couple with whom many of the adoption professionals had worked. Now their baby is about to leave for college
You don’t think you can make the world a better place? Shola Richards provides one simple piece of advice that anyone can follow to achieve that goal.
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Gary Dietz tells the story of the time he was literally, a helicopter parent. And in return, he literally got his nose bent out of joint.