I hate inequality. It is one of those things that as a parent we fight against. However the very nature of stepfamilies prohibits equality. I have a few suggestions to help even the problems out.
When you don’t know which way to go in a situation, how do you deal with it? Do you flip a coin; play “eanie, meanie, minie, moe”? I have a few ways of making hard decisions that may help you.
Depression is one of the most common debilitating conditions known to the human race. Having a loved one that is depressed leaves chores undone, love unexpressed, and expectations unfulfilled.
Life is full of decisions. We all make them. Sometimes, we have to set aside our own personal desires at the moment and do what we know is best in the long run. This isn't easy for anyone!
Whether the child is 2 years old or twenty, the words "I hate you!" cut deeply. Our first reaction is to fly off the handle, inflicting pain and punishment. Try this three step approach instead.
Sometimes life throws us a curve ball that throws us in a tailspin. Follow these simple steps to get back in the game.
There are primary and secondary roles and responsibilities within the family. Primary are biologically based according to male and female; whereas secondary are divided among family members.
Choosing to love others is easy when things are going well, but how do we do it when they are not? Is there a formula we can follow that will help us?
Little sister, younger sis, sibling, brat, whatever you call her, she is special. She seems to hold a place in my life like no one else can, not even best friends. A story of sisters then and now.
Mrs. Doubtfire tackled one of the toughest issues of modern times - divorce. What does the movie and research teach us about divorce and the family?