Ian Rose frets about being even-handed with presents for his kids. And hopes he’s not gift-wrapping them a sense of entitlement.
Daughters don’t push their fathers in one specific direction. Instead, they reinforce whatever political beliefs were already there.
In the midst of a deluge of sex offence allegations in Hollywood, the Girl Scouts have issued a warning to parents to teach women about consent from a young age.
Living with family violence affects how children see themselves and the world around them, leading to a raft of negative consequences.
Babies might understand language better than scientists thought.
Jodie Hampshire chose to adopt for a range of reasons, but she's not the selfless soul people make her out to be.
Consolidating your feelings about being single is critical before deciding to have a child on your own.
Now more than ever, it is important to talk about the issues with your children about same-sex marriage and provide honest information
Adopting a toddler isn’t easy, but nothing is more rewarding than the moment your child chooses you, writes Rakhee Ghelani.
The right kind of fighting can help kids think independently.
Sorting out your clutter even years before you die can be beneficial to those you leave behind.
How to prepare children for the imminent death of an ill relative.
Some people who have to be responsible for their siblings or parents as children grow up to be compulsive caretakers.
Your child’s quirky art isn’t just cute—science suggests that even the most bizarre depictions can have deep creative intention.
Research says parents of teenage girls are most likely to divorce. How can we protect our relationships through this strain?
It's hard for parents to know whether, or how, they should address suicide with their children.
Barrie's life dramatically changed when his marriage ended and the family unit fell apart. Forty years later, he reaches out to his long-lost son.
Ian Rose might whinge about having to attend his kids’ annual school production, but it slays him every time…
After observing grown-ups struggling with tasks, one-year-old babies make more effort themselves.