Is having three kids really that tough?

Lea Singh | 08 November 2013
Apparently it's quite the scary thing to make the leap from two to three children.

Brenda Heist case reveals increase in mothers who leave their children

Tamara Rajakariar | 11 May 2013
Why are a growing number of mothers abandoning their children?

Surprise - parenthood is associated with more joy than misery

Mariette Ulrich | 29 June 2012
The notion that parenthood brings happiness and fulfilment is self-evident to those of us who have partaken of healthy family life, but it’s still gratifying to receive validation from academia.

If parents can divorce one another…

Carolyn Moynihan | 16 January 2012
Greeks are abandoning their children because of poverty. Isn't there a better way?

Does raising kids decrease marital happiness?

Carolyn Moynihan | 13 December 2011
In the last post on the new State of Our Unions (SOU) report from the National Marriage Project we read that “the benefits of generosity were particularly pronounced among couples with children.” Parents who were very generous with each other were more likely to be very happy as well. But there’s more. Generosity in having children is also part of the happiness equation.
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