It’s challenging under normal circumstances. We’re not living under normal circumstances.
An introvert explains how hanging with her dog left her prepared for quarantine.
We asked nutritionists with teenagers how they navigate the delicate dance that is teaching kids to love food…not too little, not too much.
There’s a reason the book The Five Love Languages continues to be a top search term online: It gets to the heart of what draws couples closer.
Often when parents prepare to divorce, their first concern is how to make the living transition easier for their kids. Birdnesting may help.
How to handle a sleep-stealing partner.
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How do you keep parenting your sort-of adult while helping foster growth? We asked Bettina Bohle-Frankel, MD, a psychiatrist who has counseled students at Northwestern University for 22 years.
Wake up. Deal with the kids. Work. Check on the parents. Somehow figure out something for dinner. Wait, where is the cat? Did someone feed the cat? Melt into the couch beside your partner with John Oliver on TV, as the two of you take turns farting and checking your phones. How did you get here?? New York-based psychotherapist Lesley Alderman, LMSW, and sex and relationship therapist Sandi Kaufman, LCSW, know how! And they can help you fix it.
The Plum chats with an Independent Educational Consultant (IEC) to discuss college admissions requirements in 2019 and how the college application process has changed.
Jennifer Ryan is an expert in teen driver safety — and the mother of a newly minted driver. She shares her advice on what to teach your child and how to keep yourself sane in the process.