Years from now, your kids won’t remember if you had all the dishes done or if you contributed to every bake sale. But they will remember the times you spent together and how it brought joy to their heart.
Many options are open to couples whose kids have moved out. Here are some tips on how to use time wisely during the empty-nest years.
Joe Battaglia explains what it means to have a father present in the lives of teens.
Sometimes we, as parents, need to let go of our expectations so we can embrace the ‘beautiful mess’ of family life.
Summer survival tips for the single parent
Getting away is essential because of the daily busyness of life, the stress of work and the numerous other things that pull at time away from each other as husband and wife.
A lot of us have limited time to spend with our family. That’s why it’s important to make the most of that time together.
Busyness is the enemy of marriage. Restoring intimacy to marriage requires an intentional effort to spend time communicating openly and empathically with one another.
No one is guaranteed tomorrow; invest in your children’s lives today.
Time, or lack of it, is the biggest enemy of intimacy. Americans are generally very busy people, and many of them say stress is negatively affecting their lives. Authors Dave and Claudia Arp, in their book No Time for Sex, recount a conversation with one of their psychologist friends who said, “If you don’t talk, …