Joanna Schroeder has always been a Guy’s Girl, and that’s given her some important (and surprising!) insights about men.
Hana Pesut’s Switcheroo photos expose how gender and identity are defined by the clothing we choose to wear. Joanna Schroeder and her husband volunteer to participate in the experiment.
You may think you have this parenting thing wired, but if you’re raising boys, you may be making some of these critical mistakes.
And no, it’s NOT normal for kids to be bullied. Period.
But that’s not a bad thing!By Lesli Doares for YourTangoMany people think you’re downright CRAZY to get married these days.Well, it turns out that being full-on ‘crazy’ isn’t necessary, just a little bit delusional.Researchers from the University at Buffalo and the University of British Columbia found that being delusional about your spouse is one of the biggest secrets to a long and loving marriage.Social psychologists surveyed 200 newly…
When did commitment become a bad word for men? Time for a revolution!
Santa did more than tell a little boy that it’s okay to be himself, he also showed us how to be better people ourselves.
Sexting, trolling and bullying – oh my! Joanna Schroeder on how to teach your kids ethical online behavior.
You may be concerned, or just expressing loving critique, but it can be pretty harmful. Here’s how you know
What does a former WWII Prisoner of War have to teach younger men? A whole lot.
Drama is great for relationships (when you’re watching it on TV). Joanna Schroeder on why you need Hulu.
The Internet is a wild and wooly place, and not always great for kids. So how do you allow them to satisfy their curiosity online? Torch. You gotta see this.
The National At-Home Dad Network has a powerful message for anyone who thinks boys can be defined by frogs, snails and puppy dog tails.When I found out I was pregnant with a boy, I received all the related “boy gear” as gifts – tiny baseball mitt, a tee shirt with a football embroidered onto it,…
Kids learn more about how to give and receive love from what we do than from anything we could ever teach them with words.
Active families need active solutions to the inevitable encounters with poison ivy.
Joanna Schroeder says that just because these people did something unethical doesn’t mean you should abandon your ethics, too.