1. Holiday Gifting Can Be Vexing For Kids Of Divorce, The Washington Post
And if a child gets a long-wanted treasure, don’t put limits on it,
“such as ‘I gave you this gift so you can only use it at my house.’
Children value peace over presents and they don’t care about which
parent gives them the most or the biggest gifts,” he said.
2. Uncomfortable Truths about Family Breakdown, The National Review Online
Schulz points out, that uncomfortable truth is not controversial among
social scientists. It is affirmed by undoubted liberals such as
Harvard’s David Ellwood and Christopher Jencks.
3. 7 Ways Your Father Affected Your Career, Forbes
you confident expressing your opinion, particularly when it’s different
from those of your boss or peers? That may depend on whether your
father encouraged you to express yourself growing up.
4. The 'Right School'? No, Parents Staying Together Is The Best Way To Help Children, The Guardian
Because the more stable a home life children have, the better they will
be able to concentrate at school, the better behaved they will be in
school, and the better grades they will have on leaving school.
5. Childless In Suburbia: N.J.'s Young Couples Putting Off Marriage, Kids, The Star-Ledger
The average age of a New Jersey mother when her first child is born has
grown by nearly five years since 1970, according to the U.S. Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention, and now stands at more than 27 years
old, among the highest in the nation.
6. Growing Old Together, WebMD
Invest time and energy into physical affection and having sex: Without
this aspect of your relationship, you can still be quite emotionally
close. However, your relationship will be more platonic than romantic.
7. Don't Forget About Dads, Family Studies
Dads are as important in the life of a child as moms, and moms will struggle to flourish without good dads at their sides.
For more, see here.