It seems we are driven subconsciously by our names. This study shares the names of children most likely to behave or act out.
With the Law of Attraction, we create reality with our thoughts. So, how does the Law of Attraction explain child abuse? Here’s my take.
What would you say if your child asked about terrorism in your neighborhood (where people had been killed)? This father gets an “A” for opening his son’s heart and mind beyond fear.
Your nightmare has come to life; she’s perky with impossible proportions and loves talking fashion while coaxing secrets from little girls.
The main gene regulating breast cancer risk isn’t solely attached to the female chromosome — either parent can posses it and pass it on.
You’ll be amazed at what ‘Thug Notes’ is doing to revolutionize YouTube book reviews for the youth — truly inspiring with a strong moral message!
Parents: Do you want to raise a child with a strong sense of right and wrong?
Nature is a wise teacher. And when it comes to being King and Queen of the jungle, these magnificent creatures may have a lesson or two to teach us.
Maybe we need to redefine what it means to be a boy, a man.
Nature Valley asked 3 generations the same question: What did you like to do for fun as a kid? The fondest memories for the two adult generations revolved around doing things outdoors. However, the answers by the youngsters were all indoor activities: video games, streaming films, texting, and computer related.
“Trust a momma’s gut.” That is the advice that Julie Fitzgerald, a mom of two boys, has for other moms when talking about kids and health. Fitzgerald speaks from experience: She recently used a cellphone photo to diagnose her son’s eye cancer — and in doing so she saved his life.
A song and a viral video gave a homeless man a chance to reconnect with the child he was separated from about 15 years ago. “Music took me around the world before I was 21 and somehow, my music now has gotten me back together with my son,” Donald Gould told 24 Hour News 8 via video call on Tuesday. Video of Gould, a 51-year-old homeless former U.S. Marine, playing a beautiful rendition of “Come Sail Away” by Styx on an outdoor piano in Sarasota, Florida went viral, with millions of people seeing it in the last week.