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No United Front - How Bad?

Should you and your spouse at least appear to agree? Credit: mynameismarsha, Flickr
How many times have we heard how how important it is for parents to present a united front to the kids? But really: Must parents always agree? Or is it really ...

Creative family arrangements bring creative family arguments

I was so pleased with myself for having achieved the ultimately desirable lifestyle: a high-profile, highly-creative, work-from-home job that pays enough to support my family; adorable, healthy children; a husband who loves me and who does the laundr...

Fighting with your partner might be ruining your kid's sleep

From Time.com:  While it's not surprising that children in homes might be adversely affected by watching their parents fight, researchers have found that it might not just be because witnessing the conflict is emotionally harmful.  It may a...

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