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Last Updated: September 26, 2013, 1:24 pm
 

 




Money lessons to teach your kids
It all begins n the home, your child is never too young to understand money issues, here are realistic money lessons you can teach your kids.

 
Feature: I didn't love my wife when we got married
I’ve finally come to realize something. I didn’t love my wife on that second date. I didn’t love her when we got engaged. I didn’t even love her when we got married. Because love isn’t an emotion.

RFK’s sex diary: His secret journal of affairs
In summer 2001, Kennedy writes that “I have been given everything that I coveted — a beautiful wife and kids and loving family, wealth, education, good health and a job I love yet always on the lookout for something I can’t have. I want it all,” he writes. “No matter how much I have — I want more.

Things men should not say to their wives
Sometimes, men mean no harm with the comments they say to their wives, but women are also programmed differently so your comments may end up hurting our feelings.

10 etiquette tips men should know
What ever happened to good old-fashioned manners? Not many men follow the simplest rules these days and consequently, it shows in how they behave.

Tips on how to talk to your kids about sex
Sex is a topic that makes many parents run for cover, but explaining “the birds and the bees” is a conversation every parent needs to have with their kids.

5 Signs you could be feeding your kids too much
Figure out if your kid has too much on his plate (literally).

Warning Signs that you may be dating a married man
Think you've found the perfect man but some things just aren't adding up? Is he a bit of a mystery? Here are tips for recognizing the signs that a man you're dating may be married.

How to keep boundaries with the 'work spouse'
"The work spouse" is a popular term cropping up to define a platonic relationship with a co-worker.These relationships start out due to proximity, but oftentimes they continue for a variety of reasons. Although these relationships aren't intimate, there is an intimacy, and a thin line, that when crossed, can go from friendship to adultery.

Tips for fussy eaters
Your child requires a balanced diet to be healthy; this might be a difficult task if your child is a choosy or fussy eater. Here are tips to guide you to make your child eat those veggies.

Mistakes single moms make
Many older women are divorced or they also find themselves looking for love as they juggle the responsibilities of being the primary caretaker of a child. Here are some of the pitfalls I recommend single moms avoid on their quest to find Mr. Right/Mr. Perfect Stepdad.

Teach your child to ditch the diapers and use the potty
There's no single, guaranteed method for success in potty training. You've got to choose your strategy based on the kind of kid your child is, and the kind of parent you are too.

Your post-pregnancy tales: Stretch marks, scars and 'breasts like zeppelins'
If photos of a woman's post-pregnancy body make it into magazines or newspapers, it's often to marvel at how quickly she's shed the baby weight. But is this a realistic portrayal of women after giving birth?

Top 5 mistakes divorced parents make
Divorce can have serious emotional problems on your children. Here are pointers on how to split up without totally destroying your children emotionally in the long term.

5 signs you've become a parent
When imagining what having kids will be like, we all have similar daydreams. Most of them focus on big moments: choosing a name, putting together a crib, going through labor, changing diapers, playing catch, taking off the training wheels, the first day of school, etc.

Dress to impress: meeting the in-laws!
First impressions count a lot and you need to make a good impression when meeting your in-laws. It is good to be yourself but what you wear on your first day can ruin your reputation with your in-laws for life!

11 qualities men love the most
Women usually complain about what they want in a man. It is time to see what a REAL man wants in a woman.

Study on female breadwinners ignites verbal brawl
News Channel anchor Megyn Kelly said Friday that she's offended by a male colleague's suggestion that children of working mothers don't fare as well as children with stay-at-home moms.

Things to say to your daughter before she grows
Always speak up, it's only hair and more advice for a daughter that all girls should hear.

How to adjust to being a single parent
Being a single parent isn't easy and the transition seems impossible. Here are some tips to help you cope.

Talking around the kids: 5 ways to prevent problems
Think your kids are too young to understand your grown-up conversations? Think again.