In the past five or so years, hosting a Thanksgiving meal among friends a week before the actual holiday has become a standard part of the celebration for many young adults.
The “toyery” once made play a part of civic infrastructure. It’s time to bring it back.
Why researchers can't agree after decades of studies
Young people are among the loneliest of all Americans. Schools that teach kids how to deal with feelings of isolation could help put a dent in the epidemic.
Scientists are coming to a consensus that men in America and Europe are experiencing a worsening decrease in fertility. They disagree, however, about why.
What’s black and white and read all over? This article, hopefully.
Abstaining from the breadwinner role offers fathers an opportunity to redefine manhood for themselves.
Unhyphenated double surnames used to be somewhat rare, but the desire to be searchable online is bringing them back.
Conservatives and liberals, feminists and anti-abortion activists have teamed up to advocate for pregnant women’s rights in the workplace—but their reasoning is very different.
The vast majority of U.S. adults think a woman should give up her maiden name when she gets married.
The documentary Far From the Tree argues against holding parents responsible for their kids’ cognitive or mental-health struggles.
We’ve been growing apart lately, after he got married.
I thought we were wedding-invitation close. She, apparently, did not.
The creator of the beloved kids’ show Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood talks about what makes great children’s TV—and reveals a significant plot development in the upcoming season.
Richard Ratay, the author of Don’t Make Me Pull Over!: An Informal History of the Family Road Trip, discusses the factors that turned road trips from an individual adventurer’s pursuit into a family activity—and those that led to their decline.
Restraining orders have evolved to prohibit digital communication, but what happens when they fail?
I can’t tolerate his attitude toward my mom, so I’m considering not talking to him anymore.
"My hope is that people think about how this is more than a transaction," says one family therapist.
The average prisoner has neither the power to compel transportation to court nor the money to hire an attorney. But one Chicago court may have found a fix.
In Europe, a reproductive rights issue yields an unlikely partnership.