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It is not always best to forgive and forget in marriage, according to new research that looks at the costs of forgiveness.
A father's love contributes as much — and sometimes more — to a child's development as does a mother's love.
New in the journals: From how our attachment with our moms affects our future relationships, to the connection between family size and general intelligence.... and more.
Family caregivers of senior loved ones understand only too well the physical and emotional stress associated with their role but too many don’t know where to turn for support to help deal with
Parents, before you dismiss those constant “look at me” demands from your child, you may want to know that children who crave attention from you are most likely to learn and collaborate when they are older.
Children with disruptive behavioural problems and their parents can benefit from peer led parenting classes.
New research at the University of Warwick into 50 years of motherhood manuals has revealed how despite their differences they have always issued advice as orders and set unattainably high standards for new mums and babies.
Children of recent immigrants are more likely to make sick visits to the doctor if their mothers see themselves as targets of ethnic or language-based discrimination, researchers at New York University report in a new study.
Hispanics are enrolling in the higher education system at a greater rate than ever, yet they are less likely than their non-Hispanic peers to enter college or earn degrees, according to the Pew Hispanic Center.
Researchers have found that parents who anger easily and over-react are more likely to have toddlers who act out and become upset easily.
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