Ted Sorensen, best known for inspiring a generation to public service with the words, "Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country," died today. The values he illuminated for families and nations live on.
Jacob Bradorsky beat 30,000 competitors to finish first in today's Marine Corps Marathon. Marathons are becoming increasingly popular events for couples and families to join together.
Sisterly chats make people happier, the author of You Just Don't Understand Me shares in a new book. Deborah Tannen's research shows it's the regular conversations themselves that are most vital.
Leo Cullum's cartoons provoked, inspired and delighted loyal followers for 33 years. Cullum died this week in California at the age of 68. His 1992 classic reveals one of the first realizations participants discover in relationship and marriage education classes.
Thanksgiving is a time of gratitude and celebration, but for many families, it’s also a period of added stress and anxiety. The seven-part Thanksgiving Family Survival Guide 2010 delivers exercises, tips and insights to help make this year's Thanksgiving holiday an occasion your family will long cherish and remember.
Fewer Americans are getting married and greater numbers are postponing divorce. While declining marriage rates may be unrelated to the recession, economics are causing many couples to delay costly divorces. Both trends mean fewer children are likely to grow up in homes with both biological parents.
SAT scores reveal a continued gender gap. With girls twice as likely to suffer from test anxiety, helping teens learn skills for reducing stress are making a difference.