When we adopt a child, we are modeling God's example, as He has adopted us into His family, so should we do the same with others.
It is important in times like this to remember that individuals respond to grief and difficult circumstances in a variety of ways.
Copyright Betty Udesen / Pear Press Have you ever felt like you're talking and talking, saying the same thing over and over, and just being flat-ou...
Gosh, Tipper. Can't you just leave us alone? I began to wonder if this political hurricane could hurt the music, send the industry reeling. But how? Like Ozzy said, "You can't kill Rock No Roll. It's Here to Stay." Right?
Depending on your point of view, we're about to experience either the most "wonderful time of the year," or the most stressful. A 2014 study conducted...
I'm not sure what's more disturbing: the news that babies are born with 300 bones and yet as adults, we only have 206. Or the fact that I learned that...
My daughter will be finished with the traditional school system in December 2015. I can't believe she will be 22. This may seem like no extraordinary thing to some of you, however for me, it was a day I never thought I would get to experience. My daughter is autistic.
Max, Last night you saw a man on TV say that the attacks that happened in Paris could very well happen in the U.S. While you were getting into the sh...
The skills it takes to thrive in the dance world have to come from within. Technique can be taught, but the drive, tenacity, and persistent self-promotion required to grow and maintain a dance company, or one's spot in that company, must be felt.
My marriage has struggled this year. My husband is worried that I am searching for a new life. He is concerned that I am unhappy and I will leave. He is worried I will find a new man, and ditch him with the kids. My husband is scared.
The internet is rife with sites that bemoan technology-induced death of skills needed for tying knots, converting pounds and ounces, knitting, identifying trees, baking bread and ironing trousers.
As I watched my girls get together as a group with three other girls for the past seven Sundays, I saw something beautiful. I saw them focus, listen to their teacher. I saw them looking at the dancers with them looking for cues and help as they struggled to remember what the next step was.
Husband and I used to be in a band. Well, we technically still are. We just don't ever play the songs we're still writing, because we have six kids. But before those six kids, we played all over Texas and took a few tours through Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico.
Reader Married to A Troubled Dude writes, My husband started regularly smoking pot about ten years ago. At the time I was angry and let him know it repeatedly. The pot changes who he is. He becomes lazy and talks non-stop about the most ridiculous, trivial things.
I'm just a Mom who no longer knows what to tell her children when they ask why there is so much pain and hurt and "bad guys" in this world.
As difficult as breaking the news can be, managing your child's behavior during and after a separation or divorce can be extremely challenging.