The coronavirus outbreak has changed the way many Americans work, and for employed parents, in particular, the pandemic has brought additional challenges as many schools and child care facilities remain closed.
Kids who see their parents bicker during a separation or divorce are more likely to develop a fear of abandonment, new research warns.
Childcare costs are either increasing or they are “drastically shrinking,” Collins said. There’s not a whole lot of in between.
“It presented a crack in the façade that we’re friends and super great co-parents or the poster children for divorce.”
It’s never too late to start making a change. If you start showing up for your kids in better ways, it starts a relationship and changes what’s firing and wiring in their brain.
Does an member of an unmarried same-sex couple have standing to pursue court-ordered parenting time in Tennessee?
A ruling in Massachusetts calls into question the constitutionality of Tennessee’s statutory non-disparagement requirements.
What are parents to do when their parenting schedule is based on the school calendar and schools are closed for the rest of the academic year?
Settle in, parents, because it’s looking like life, at least for the immediate future, is going to be anything but usual.
Child custody is often the most contentious aspect of divorce proceedings. But this doesn’t have to be the case for you and your soon-to-be-ex
After saying goodbye to your college student on move-in day, one of the hardest things to come to grips with at home is the yawning lack of information. You’re excluded from your student’s experience in a new, jarring way, and no one will invite you in except your student — and that’s only if they want to. That doesn’t mean you disappear from their lives; far from it. But it does mean you play a different role.
Through the pathological undervaluation of children’s culture, what we have effectively managed to do is slash and burn core features of childhood—the very roots of what makes us human.
How Parents Are Robbing Their Children of Adulthood: Today’s “snowplow parents” keep their children’s futures obstacle-free — even when it means crossing ethical and legal boundaries.