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5 Ways to Handle Disrespectful Behavior from Children

Whether your child rolls her eyes and says, "Whatever Mom!" when you tell her to start her homework or she pretends she can't hear you when you tell …

Self-help

This is the Secret to Making Bakery-Worthy Bread at Home

Baking bread might seem intimidating, especially if you’re a novice baker. But it’s not as hard as you might think—and making a loaf of homemade …

Science Has Just Uncovered the World's Easiest Hack for Faster Learning

Want a five to 15 percent boost in learning speed? Then make this dead simple change to your study habits.<p>We've all spent a minimum of a decade in formal education, so you'd think that in all that time, we'd have at least mastered the most basic principles of how to study efficiently. But study …

Study Skills

This Egg Dish From LA's Eggslut Is Going To Be Your New Favorite

Coddled eggs and potato puree -- breakfast doesn't get any better than this.<p>There’s a breakfast place in Los Angeles’ Grand Central Market called Eggslut, and it’s famous for a dish known as “the Slut.”<p>But it’s not the risqué name that brings this dish its notoriety. It’s the fact that the chef who …

Recipes

5 Questions You Should Ask Your Spouse Today

Some of the hardest decisions to make are the ones that we didn’t plan for. Making the right decision — especially when a situation is not only complex, but emotional — is much easier when you and your spouse have talked through some potentially stressful situations before they might occur.<p>Talk …

Retirement

Who Needs Hard Drives? Scientists Store Film Clip in DNA

It was one of the very first motion pictures ever made: a galloping mare filmed in 1878 by the British photographer Eadweard Muybridge, who was trying to learn whether horses in motion ever become truly airborne.<p>More than a century later, that clip has rejoined the cutting edge. It is now the first …

William Shakespeare

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Stylish decor and pets can coexist

It's gotten easier to have a house full of pets without sacrificing the home decor you want.<p>Interior designer Vern Yip, a judge on HGTV's "Design Star" and a dog person, says new technology has led to a variety of stylish AND pet-friendly home-furnishing options.<p>"The furniture and home-decor …

Steak Recipes

• Grilling• <b><br>Steak Recipes</b><p>Recipes for the perfect steak every time, no matter what cut you're working with.<p>Grilling, Smoking, and Barbecue Grilled Skirt Steak FajitasFlavorful grilled steak fajitas served with sizzled peppers and onions.<p>Beef Grilled Mojo-Marinated Skirt SteakA garlicky, citrusy marinade …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

A fully loaded guide to the ultimate cooking recipes. Providing quick and easy cooking methods based on the Mediterranean culinary culture, Your Food …

Cooking

Talk to your children about their online lives every two weeks, urges charity

Internet safety should be treated like road safety and caution with strangers as new figures show frequency of exposure to inappropriate content, says children’s charity<p>A leading charity has urged parents to do more to keep their children safe online as new figures reveal how often young people are …

Road Safety

6 Tips For Parents Before Giving Your Child A Smartphone

Children are extremely savvy when it comes to the use of electronic devices. At the youngest of ages, they appear to know how to maneuver the use of electronics better than some adults. In fact, watching a child who can barely talk turn on their favorite you tube channel can seem a tad bit scary at …

How to Share the "Mental Load" of Chores With Your Partner

My wife and I try to divide our household chores equally: She cooks, I do the dishes. She buys groceries, I do the laundry. My easiest chore is …

How 5 Chefs Doctor Up Their Scrambled Eggs

Bobby Flay is scrambled egg GOD.<p>At this point in your life, you've developed some sort of relationship with scrambled eggs. It's a food so ubiquitous that it doesn't need an invitation to breakfast. It just kind of shows up. And that's never a problem. Scrambled eggs, when cooked just right, have a …

Breakfast

A family therapist says too many parents make the same mistake and end up with spoiled kids

Having kids of your own complicates the situation somewhat. You hate to see them upset, but you also hate being glared at. You're frustrated, but you also know that you'll be even more frustrated in the future if you give your kid exactly what they want when they want it.<p>But if there's one …

Parental burnout: It's really a thing

<b>(CNN) —</b> Like most parents, my weekends are consumed with getting my girls, ages 9 and 11, to and from various activities.<p>This weekend, we had two soccer games, one sleepover party, two play dates, religious school and an outing with my sister-in-law. We also would have had a baseball double header, …

Parenting

So, "Cloud Bread" Is A Thing And It’s Actually Delicious

All you need are three ingredients.

The two most important things that define a successful relationship

What makes a healthy relationship differs from couple to couple, but it turns out there are two key ways to safeguard your bond.<p>Robert Epstein of the …

Life Skills

The Secret to Helping Your Average Child Succeed

Let's face it: Your children are not likely to be above average. Unlike the people of Lake Wobegon, our kids follow a standard bell curve and that means most children will fall into the "average" category. Not brilliant. Not stupid. Just normal kids.<p>While we like to think that our offspring will, …

Pedagogy

How to give your relationship a break without splitting up

When couples embark on a new relationship, they hope it will last forever. Sadly, statistics show that for as many as half, this will not be the case. Recent UK figures put the divorce rate at 42 per cent, and the average length of a marriage at 11 years.<p>This is despite the fact that there’s a vast …

Organizing Ideas for Entryways & Foyers Without Closets

Between jackets, purses, mail and an ever-growing mountain of shoes, the entryway is a tough spot to keep under control—and less square footage …

How can I get my 2-year-old to stop hitting?

By Meghan Leahy<p>Meghan Leahy<p>Email Bio Follow<p><i>Q: My 2½ -year-old son is an energetic, fun-loving little boy, but he also hits (and kicks, pulls hair, etc.). The primary target of his aggression is his 5-year-old sister, but he also strikes me, his dad and his nanny. We would really like to find a</i> …

Parenting

Creamy Healthy Vegetarian White Chili Recipe (with vegan option)

Heat olive oil over medium in a large stock pot.<p>Add onion, pepper, and jalapeno and saute for 7 to 10 minutes, or until the vegetables are soft and …

7 Psychiatrist-Backed Tips To Help You Manage Anxiety

Because this disorder can be a real pain.<p>People with anxiety disorders often face a sense of worry or dread and spend hours ruminating over worst case scenarios, which can get in the way of professional goals, personal relationships and a good quality of life. But there are ways to cope.<p>Here, …

5 New Year's Resolutions for Your Relationship

Who says your New Year's resolutions have to be all about you? These New Year's resolution ideas will strengthen the bond between you and your partner and make your marriage that much better. So in 2017, commit to any one or all of these five selfless relationship goals. Happily ever after is, …

3 recipes that will make you love your slow cooker again

<i>Editor's note: This story was originally published Dec. 12, 2016. We're bringing it back because we still love slow-cooker dishes.</i><p>Slow Cooker Mustard …

First I was being too mean about my son’s outbursts. Now I’m being too nice. Help?

By Meghan Leahy<p>Meghan Leahy<p>Email Bio Follow<p><i>Q: I have a nearly 11-year-old boy (oldest of three) who has had a challenging temperament his whole life. In his early years, I didn’t deal with it very well, giving him timeouts and losing my temper after his prolonged tantrums. As he grew older, I</i> …

Parenting