Many couples divorce because “we just grew apart.” It can happen to any of us if we’re not careful.
Aloof and rude, I think my self-respect demands that I distance myself from my husband’s sister.
I was blown away by her extraordinary act; she didn’t think it was even praiseworthy.
My son’s school wants him to tattle on his friends or be expelled. What should we do?
Stop coddling your children. They need to experience struggle and rejection.
One way to deepen your sense of compassion and empathy.
Help! My mother-in-law is taking over my life and my husband doesn’t care.
Studies show that giving kids chores is key to their personal growth.
My daughter has run off and my son-in-law won’t let me see my grandsons. Should I continue to help them out?
My mother scheduled plastic surgery to improve her appearance. My father and I think she’s making a big mistake.
We have the creative power to perform astounding acts of kindness.
I love my wife very much and don't want to lose her. I don’t know what to do.
With their single-minded focus, men are actually excellent listeners.
Being completely dependent on others forced me to redefine myself.
My husband is annoyed that I spend so much time involved in many worthwhile causes.
I hate confrontation and let things slide until things boil over and I explode.
It’s an awesome privilege – and responsibility – to be part of the Jewish people.
My husband’s a gem, his family is not. We’re expecting our first baby and they want to be in our lives more often.
The drinking isn’t for the body; use it for the soul.
The last bastion of quiet, wifi and cell phone-free space.
Our brother demands that we end our relationship with his first wife. None of his siblings want to.
The challenge of maintaining privacy and dignity in the Facebook era.
Why are people throwing their garbage every single day into our lawn’s bushes?
I’m annoyed at the people helping my special-needs daughter in order to build their resume.
I need to lose 40 pounds and instead of helping me, my family is standing in my way.
How our obsessive focus on parenting is harming our marriage.
The plague of not responding to invitations. It’s more serious than you think.