Moms and dads, this one's for you.
I don't think there's anyone who can raise my stress level the way my children can. Our children don't realize that we not only have our own anxiety, but we take on theirs as well. It's not the healthiest thing to do, but it comes with the territory of being a parent.
“Childhood is a time when we develop interconnected habits related to how we deal with stress, how we eat and how active
There's no way to fast forward or take a shortcut when we give a moment to our kids; there's no app for that. That's what makes it special.
Tell us: How do you help your kids relax? Share your thoughts in the comments or tweet @HuffPostParents. Research has shown
Kids are likely to be a factor contributing to marital stress, too; a 2009 study found that nine out of every 10 couples
An outright ban on digital devices won't win your kids' respect -- or compliance. But with a little planning and intentional involvement, you can balance your family's tech activities with much-needed face time. Here's how.
We asked 25 - 47-year-old and 57 - 66-year-old moms what’s stressing –- or stressed -– them out and whether they felt any
Q. Really? We're back to blaming parents for a child's schizophrenia?! But that's not what kids either want or need. Working
Which begs the question: why does admitting that parenthood isn't a walk in the park -- or asking a question that may demand