A mass shooting just two days after the midterm elections has motivated the young gun-reform activists of March for Our Lives to continue their mission.
Plus: apologizing for a sexual assault, refusing to give in to fear, and ads in kids’ apps
Plus: the families where everyone is behind bars, and the ongoing debate about cohabitation and divorce
Plus: fighting the loneliness epidemic in schools, talking to kids about race, and being an accomplice to an affair
Plus: Declining sperm counts, the problem with time-outs, and the rise of the “engagement photoshoot”
Spurred by the changing norms of social media, soon-to-be newlyweds are clamoring for professional photos even before their wedding day.
Plus: the children raised on YouTube, a sexless marriage, and how nudism saved a family
Plus: The logic behind “dad jokes,” the psychological effects of luxury goods, and a surprising reason why divorce rates are declining
Plus: babies’ dreams, a debate about the “confidence gap,” and how to deal with a mother’s criticism
Plus: the masculine origins of feminized names, and the story of an asylum-seeking mother and son separated at the border
Plus: how white parents perpetuate racism, stay-at-home dads and masculinity, and a couple who disagrees on whether to have more children
The first program of this kind, founded in 1968, inspired the expansion of ethnic studies as a discipline, which provides an important counter-narrative to typically Eurocentric college classes.
Plus: teaching preteen girls about puberty, unexpected news about STD rates, and KFC’s latest marketing stunt aimed at babies
Plus: Parenting potential psychopaths, leaving kids at college, and cutting ties from an abusive mother.
Plus: The history of family separations, an examination of roommate relationships, and fertility apps.
U.S. immigration policy has traumatized migrant children and parents for nearly a century.
Plus: how paid leave can help domestic-abuse survivors, and a rocky friendship after weight loss.
Plus: the legal realities of reuniting immigrant families, and the struggle to connect with stepkids