Entries tagged with “Family”
What Would Jesus Buy? is a 2007 documentary by producer Morgan Spurlock (Super Size Me) that examines how Christmas—the “season of giving”—has in fact become a seaso…
Even if you do not agree on hot-button subjects like politics, you can create a more harmonious interaction with your family using these affirmations.
Stuck and disappointed? Affirmations for surrender and trust can help get you through.
The holidays can extinguish the brightest light. Here's how to keep yours burning.
Craving more meaningful time with your loved ones? Here are easy ways to foster those deep connections.
Accepting, observing, and experiencing a different family culture as you would another country's may change your perspective.
Five lessons I continue to learn from my dad, which can “help others realize no matter what hardships you have endured, life can still be experienced as a fulfilling and joyous adventure.”
Here are a few of the many ways to say grace.
These tools will help you keep your cool through the chaos of the holidays.
If you know there’ll be at least one toxic relative to face this holiday season, here's how to protect yourself and navigate your way forward as sanely and serenely as possible.
In the busy world of kids, how do cousins, separated by age and distance, get to become lifelong friends? For grandparents Pat and Dennis Kaldor, the answer became Cousins Camp. Th…
A Birth Mother Found, Embraces Second Chance To Be A Mother, Family Gathers For Ceremony
Rather than thinking of dinnertime as a chore, create nightly dinner rituals to connect more with the loved ones around your table.
I hate to say it was perfect, because I’m sure it wasn’t…
Kristen RaceAnyone who has ever suffered a bout of insomnia knows how frustrating it is to try to fall asleep when your mind is not ready; this is true not just for adults but also…
"She never set foot in a school and could neither read nor write. She sat with people as they entered the world and as they left it. As I am writing about her to you, she becomes alive again."
“In the old days, the elders knew the stories of their sons—because they lived together,” writes Sam Keen his in beautiful new joint memoir Prodigal Father, Wayward Son: A Roadmap …
By Michelle Smith When we hear of a death in our family or community we feel a powerful urge to offer comfort—and so, we bring food. In almost any culture bringing food to t…
"Mother's and Father's Day are gauntlets, radiating expectations. Even vowing to ignore these holidays, to voluntarily opt out, weighs heavily because it means going against the mainstream."
Older people who provide moderate levels of care for others live longer.