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How to Rekindle your Relationship

Your guide to falling in love all over again

by: Elizabeth Pantley

Has your relationship been pushed down your list of priorities since having children? Your relationship with your partner is the foundation upon which your entire family is structured–so if your marriage is strong, your whole family will be strong, you’ll be a better parent, and you’ll be a happier person. Here’s how to reconnect with your partner:

End Bedtime Battles

Why adding an element of play can make troublesome tasks like hair and tooth brushing simple – and fun – again.

by: Jennifer Kolari

As parents we often talk at our kids, telling them to stop doing something or to do something we want them to do. In reality we should be talking to them and not just correcting behavior or directing them all the time. The solution? Have a little fun.

Surprising Holiday Hazards

Are poinsettias poisonous? Is your Christmas tree safe? Learn how to keep your child safe this holiday season.

by: Nancy Ripton

As parents, we don't want to make like the Grinch and steal all the Christmas cheer, but we don't want our children to get hurt during the holidays either. Unfortunately, holiday hazards can creep up where you least expect them. Here are four surprising holiday health hazards and how to protect your children from them:

"Stop Whining!"

Simple solutions to help parents stop whining in its tracks.

by: Jennifer Kolari

Few things are more irritating to a parent’s ear than whining. It can be extremely difficult to deal with and can really push buttons for any parent.

How To Fix Your Pelvic Floor

Afraid of sneezing post-pregnancy? Here's what you should know

by: Sydney Loney

Pre-pregnancy, you probably never thought much about your pelvic floor. (You know, the network of muscles that keeps your uterus, bladder and bowels in place.) Although now you may be noticing that things down under haven’t been the same since you had kids. The biggest sign things have gone south? Leakage – when you laugh, when you sneeze or, heaven forbid, when you jump.

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