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How To Be a Good Step-Parent in a Blended Family

How To Be a Good Step-Parent in a Blended Family

Since the days of Cinderella, step-parents have had a bad reputation. But in reality, with a little care, stepparents can play a very positive role in a child’s life. Statistics tell us that up to 50% [...]

Why Teens Still Need Rules and Limits

Why Teens Still Need Rules and Limits

Believe it or not, that fiery, independent teen still needs and wants a few ground rules. Once children hit the teen years, it’s only natural that they begin to spread their wings. But as teens become [...]

Two Jobs, No Life

Two Jobs, No Life

With almost 90 percent of adults employed outside the home, balancing the demands of work and family has become an exercise in frustration. It doesn’t have to be this way. In Two Jobs, No Life, Dr. [...]

Now I Know Why Tigers Eat Their Young

Now I Know Why Tigers Eat Their Young

“My teenager is driving me crazy!” Sound familiar? Dr. Peter Marshall has revised and updated his popular guide for parents trying to cope with the mood swings, the rebellious nature, and, of course, just the general [...]