Those facing the new world of contemplating whose Christmas festivities the kids will attend and what holiday traditions can survive the transition have it particularly hard. Rebecca Myers helps navigate some of the holiday stress.
Mike Berry wants to change the way we talk about adopted kids.
Whether or not she meant any harm is beside the point.
Gopalankutty Menon—former manager with Asea Brown Boveri—shares a few useful tips for the younger generation.
All I wanted for Christmas was no family drama. I didn’t get it.
Chris Tompkins found a boogeyman lurking on his nephew’s playground. Homophobia. This boogeyman did not come from bullies, and what was said; it came from well intentioned parents and the things they WEREN’T saying.
To commemorate one year of the Father Time column, let’s roll the tape and look back at some highlights.Time is a precious currency.Time is a precious currency between parents. It’s an almost tangible thing that is negotiated and traded intensely between Mom and Dad, the primary owners of the account. You quickly learn you can…
Marc Frazier reminds us of how easily marriage and family life can become perfunctory.
Richard is our new favorite customer service guy.
Any reforms must move beyond a focus on administrative processes to acknowledge the lived experiences of child support which can be disguised by formal policy.
Join us in saying congrats to the new dads!
Remember when your birthday or Christmas used to take forever to arrive? Why was that? Simple: you had never experienced a year, and so those early years, when you didn’t know what time was, a year felt like an eternity. Over time, you grasped what the days and minutes added up to, and now Christmas…
Leave the past in the past, and always put the kids first.
Trust and vulnerability are essential for second marriage success. But how do you do that?
Divorce doesn’t just affect younger kids, here’s how it challenges adults as well.
How to see it happening, how to stop it from happening.