Category Archives: Teenagers

Are we a real family?

It seems today that blended families are as common as nuclear, biologically intact families.  Step-siblings, shared visitation, weekends with one parent or step-parent don’t seem to be out of the ordinary parts of conversation and daily life, do they?  And although we might initially react with concern over divorce or changing definitions and dynamics of […]

We’re all guilty.

For some of us the struggles of parenting may include juggling sport schedules, helping our young adults navigate blossoming relationships or budgeting for new clothing as our teenager seemingly gains three inches of height every month, and for others of us the struggles consist of potty training grumpy toddlers, teaching our young ones healthy eating […]