The festival of light has a message of new beginnings we could all do with right now.
"Donald has never been in this place before where there's nobody to bail him out, there's nobody to buy him out."
As the election approaches, here’s how to avoid a big argument about politics with your loved ones.
Psychologists said that since democracy and respect for personal space is not a strong point of Indian family structures, conflicts were unavoidable.
Celebrations may look different during lockdown, but Muslims are determined to mark the end of fasting safely.
The coronavirus pandemic has kept many people socially distanced from their families.
When romantic relationships or marriages become their own kind of prison.
Francisco Hernandez just wanted to say goodbye.
"I'm ashamed to admit that I really don't want to move out. In fact, things have been going so well, I'm starting to become anxious about the end of our stay."
New guidance from the Childhood Bereavement Network suggests safe ways for your child to stay connected to a loved one who's in hospital.
Psychologists explain why women are buried in house work and are still having a difficult time getting male family members to help out in the house during the lockdown.
“Skipping brings me a lot of joy and I want to share that happiness,” says Rajinder Singh.
The Victorian Premier said nine people were infected at an intimate dinner party in someone's home. This is why we need to FaceTime instead of visit.
Quaden Bayles GoFundMe Reaches Nearly $400k As International Celebrities Rally Around Bullying Victim
Here are all the amazing things coming Quaden’s way after a lifetime of savage bullying.
“Too many people in the Asian community still fear the worst when they hear ‘cancer’."
Children and parents both benefit from a little privacy, a psychologist tells us.
On the latest episode of "Momsplaining," the "Good Place" star teams up with a Hollywood OB-GYN to find out the truth.
"If this phrase is ever heard, or uttered, in my house – it’s met with a deathly, shocked silence."
Admitting to the grief is embarrassing because we're told a dog's death isn't worthy of the same kind of sorrow as a human's death.
One billion users and counting – that's some group chat. But is it really bringing us closer together?