People often dine alone or while doing other things, but experts say meals with friends and family are good for the soul — and maybe even your health.
Everybody dies. Yet, it can be hard to talk about our deaths until absolutely necessary. That can mean leaving loved ones with difficult decisions while they’re also facing the idea of losing you.
When it comes to talking to children about abuse, starting the conversation is the most important step. Here are some do’s and don’ts when it comes to broaching the subject.
Food shaming is rarely persuasive, effective or kind, yet many nice people do it without realizing it. So why do we food shame?
How do you really protect a teen from hurt, pain, self-doubt or risky behavior? The best place to start is talking to them. Here’s how to do it.
Science shows that giving gifts can make you feel better than receiving them, so generosity really is its own reward. Try out one of these 5 unique ways to show someone you care.
By becoming aware of the signs and symptoms of abuse, family, friends and coworkers are in a better position to offer help.
Healthy adult sibling relationships make live easier and can even improve your health. Here’s how to get closer to your brothers and sisters.
Whether you’re spending the holidays on the road or with a house full of relatives, this short guide to hosting offers a quick refresher on the art of hospitality.
Did you know Thanksgiving Day is also National Family Health History Day? Take time to talk about your family’s medical history this year.