Parents

Get close and cozy or give each other some space? Living together can change a relationship for the good and bad.

Happily ever after isn’t only for fairy tales. When it comes to putting on a happy face, are genetics or environment more important?

When it comes to learning healthy habits like exercise, research shows a little encouragement from mom and dad can go a long way.

Game on, girls! A recent study suggests playing video games together can strengthen parent-daughter relationships.

In 2004, my father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). Instead of falling into depression, I think he read almost every book out there on PD. After the diagnosis, the doctor said he was writing him a prescription for anti-depressants, but my dad didn’t need them. “I just don’t feel depressed,” he told the doctor.

My dad taught me many things over the past 21 years. From riding a two-wheeler to shooting a 22-caliber pistol, we’ve covered the bases of any normal father-daughter relationship (or maybe just normal when your dad’s a nationally ranked marksman). But the most important thing my father taught me can be traced back to the 2004 baseball season.

Happily ever after isn’t only for fairy tales. When it comes to putting on a happy face, are genetics or environment more important?

Get close and cozy or give each other some space? Living together can change a relationship for the good and bad.

My dad taught me many things over the past 21 years. From riding a two-wheeler to shooting a 22-caliber pistol, we’ve covered the bases of any normal father-daughter relationship (or maybe just normal when your dad’s a nationally ranked marksman). But the most important thing my father taught me can be traced back to the 2004 baseball season.

In 2004, my father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). Instead of falling into depression, I think he read almost every book out there on PD. After the diagnosis, the doctor said he was writing him a prescription for anti-depressants, but my dad didn’t need them. “I just don’t feel depressed,” he told the doctor.

Game on, girls! A recent study suggests playing video games together can strengthen parent-daughter relationships.

When it comes to learning healthy habits like exercise, research shows a little encouragement from mom and dad can go a long way.