Only one of those scenarios threatens the harmony of the friend group.
Many parents get caught in such a loop, but that doesn’t mean the solution is to just stay home with the kids.
A new book lays out the case for pharmacological solutions to relationship problems.
What if, instead of sweeping a young woman up into the glamour and luxury of life as a royal, the handsome prince instead prioritized what she wanted?
The kid who refuses to wear pants is a familiar sight to parents, students, and educators—and a mystifying one. What’s so great about being underdressed?
Our reporters reflect on the words and ideas that resonated with them in 2019.
L.O.L. Surprise Dolls and similarly in-demand “unboxing” toys are just the latest iteration of a perennially popular gimmick—that works on both kids and adults.
The social changes of the past few generations have made the question of when (or whether) to include a significant other in a holiday celebration a particularly fraught one—for everyone involved.
“I’d love to get them into my office.”
For some kids, the weekly trash pickup is a must-see spectacle. Parents, children, waste-management professionals, and experts on childhood all offer theories as to why.
A challenger to the barn wedding—the reigning template for chic, relaxed celebrations—has emerged.
Women who suffer from the chronic-pain condition vulvodynia often feel isolated from their partners. But a better medical understanding is helping.
Like any grown-up bartering exchange, the Halloween candy trade is a delicate and complex affair that is influenced by the power dynamics of the room.
A framework meant to help people become more attuned to their partners now gets treated like a personality test.
Asked whether personal relationships can transcend politics, few Democratic candidates gave insightful answers.
Michelle Martin, a professor at the University of Washington, helps librarians create spaces that are welcoming to kids of all backgrounds.
When explosive political allegations arise, Time for Kids is there to translate them for young audiences.
And they would probably benefit from confiding in more people.
For decades, researchers have been poking holes in the study that introduced the concept of “menstrual synchrony.” Many people believe in it anyway.
The university went fully coed 50 years ago. Four of its first female students remember their freshman year.