Only a fraction of our children are fully nurtured, thanks to the breakdown in marriage.
Church attendance exerts a consistent and positive effect on five measures of child development.
They are more likely to live with someone who's had substance abuse or mental health problems.
A large US study shows that growing up in a religious household has advantages for children.
British psychologist and author Aric Sigman, draws on research indicating that attending daycare for an extended period of time is a significant source of stress for many young children.
A British media personality has pricked the country’s happiness bubble by declaring that she does not want her kids to be “happy”.
Divorce puts some children on a “downward trajectory from which they might never fully recover”, says a new study.
The New York Times has rounded up some experts to discuss the merits of open marriage. Brad Wilcox of the National Marriage Project, provides common sense and objectivity.
I am proud to be a foster parent but I find myself sort of dancing around the word when I refer to Tony as my foster kid.
We know that marriage has been losing “market share” in the sexual culture of the developed world so the news that barely half of American adults today are married comes as not much of a surprise.