Smartphones Sapping Energy

Let’s face it: Most of us depend on our smartphones. We use them innumerable times a day to stay in touch with our children, get news updates, fill free time and see what friends are doing. But the endless texting, calling, reading email and whatever else you do on your phone isn’t just draining your smartphone’s… Read More


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Making Their Lists, But Not Checking Them Twice: Why parents can’t – but should – say no. Whether you have toddlers or teens, a parent’s natural tendency is to strive for content and happy children. But, saying yes to what can feel like an endless stream of wants morphs into a damaging cycle that I call “yes-parenting.” Learn… Read More


Are Dads as Torn Between Jobs and Family Life As Moms?

Fatherhood has reached a critical point for many dads who are caught between being an ideal employee and an ideal parent. They are asking themselves the same question working mothers have been asking for decades: Is it possible to have it all? In so many ways, dads’ struggles have caught up with moms’.… Read More


Protecting yourself without damaging your in-law relationship   Plenty of people struggle with maintaining happy and healthy relations with their in-laws. Bring a newborn into the equation and unexpected sticky in-law situations can quickly arise.   You likely spent a lot of time with your in-laws before getting married. And you may have felt that… Read More


My question to you:  Dad dating, living with or married to someone other than your mother? Mom have a new or not-so-new love interest or partner? If you answered “yes,” I need your help. I am doing research for a new book that will explore situations in which adults and young adults (over age18) have a… Read More