Children thrive on the feelings of belonging and affection that develop in caring and supportive families. It is now known that the quality of family relationships is more important to a child's well-being than family size or composition.
Grandparents, if they play the game of commitment, can represent a precious opportunity for spontaneous, imaginative, and cheerfully transgressive exchanges for the child.
The parent-child relationship evolves over time, so here's what you need to know about this unique bond between you two.
Based on unconditional love, every mother-child relationship is authentic. Sometimes, this love for your child can run into some obstacles.
The relationship between a child and his father is just as important for his development as the one with the mother.
As a separated mother, you have met a man who also has children. What are the challenges facing your blended family?