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Monogamy. Mating for life. Is it possible to mate for life and be happy? Yes, but like all things worthwhile you got to work for enduring pleasure and say no to alluring distractions. Not everyone’s cut out for abstaining and restraining.
Did you know that on average, Americans throw out between 30 and 40 percent of the food that is produced in the United States? Food waste is a problem for us economically, environmentally, and socially. Families can help address this by learning about the issue, making changes at home, and taking part in a challenge.
Becoming a new parent is the start of an incredibly exciting chapter in your life, but between feedings, dirty diapers, and naps that are far too short, it can be easy to quickly become overwhelmed. Equally as importantly, it can be easy to forget about the romance that led you and your partner to make the decision to have a baby in the first place. If you are a new parent, the baby is likely taking up the majority of your time. However, it is valuable for your mental health and relationship health to find space to get away and remember what led you down this path.
If you’re a newly single parent and you’re taking a road trip with your children this season, it may feel like a very daunting task lies ahead. With so many ways for the trip to fail miserably, a fun vacation for the family could easily turn into a stressful experience if you haven’t planned accordingly. […]
If you’re like most parents out there, you are probably in need of a vacation. Though that vacation may still be out of reach, there are a variety of ways in which you can practice some much-needed self-care, and decrease your stress levels. Here are a few tips and tricks you can try, in order to stress less and recharge your spirit.
Blended families are prominent throughout the U.S. Statistics say that nearly half of all marriages end in divorce, and about 50% of children live with one biological parent and a stepparent. Navigating conflicts in blended families can be extra challenging. Here are some tips to help prevent and resolve conflict.