Getting along with your family during the holidays may sound harder than it really is. By using a little self-control and offering some peace, patience, understanding, and positivity, you could really turn this stressful time into one full of happy memories and positive relationships all year long.
In American genealogy, most researchers consider gateway ancestors as colonial immigrants who migrated to America, settling in Jamestown or Plymouth Colonies with an ancestral link to the great Magna Carta Surety Barons.
Some relationships bring out the best in you. Others test you, drain you and push your "buttons." Ironically, the latter ones are more transformational.
More and more parents are being cut out of their adult children's lives. This is a difficult phenomenon and completely heartbreaking. It's hard to find comfort no matter which side of it you're on. My intention with this article is to provide some comfort for parents and adult children alike.
Every day, hundreds of family ties are severed, and generally it's for lack of understanding and communication. How does one come to grips with such a sad outcome, yet live a happy, peaceful life? It's hard when judgment, misunderstanding, or societal expectations destroy a family's bond.
The main issue in most Christian families is the neglect of Bible principles. This article encourages Christians to alleviate problems and improve happiness in four basic areas, including awareness.
A toxic mother-in-law is a soul-sucking parasite that feeds on your misery. If you've got one, here are the symptoms.
Whether you are single, married without kids, older without children in the home anymore, or just from a different perspective, understanding the younger generation of families is something that seems difficult to do. Younger families have different needs and priorities. Let me show you.
Does your mother-in-law suck the joy out of your life and make you feel powerless? Then it's time to take your power back.
Will a subscription to Newspapers.com give you valuable information for your family history research? Here are examples of how it helped me, and why I recommend it.
A narcissistic mother controls, abuses, and manipulates her children. Why would she be any different as a grandmother? Learn the telltale signs of a narcissistic grandmother.
Many parents struggling with the financial woes of modern times are already under pressure and are susceptible to feeling like they’re not doing a “good enough job”. Many grandparents feel it’s in their right to pass judgment on the way their grandchildren are raised.
Children have the right to see both parents, even in high-conflict custody situations. This article will explain why a specific court is necessary and give examples of language that can be used.
When a stepmom feels unappreciated for her contributions to a blended family, her physical and psychological health can be affected. This article is a guide for any woman or stepmom who wishes to reduce the stress in her life through disengagement.