Archives for: January 28th, 2016

Texting at Night Affects Teens’ Sleep, Academic Performance

January 28, 2016

Article by: Patti Verbanas of Rutgers See the original article at rutgers.edu. Can’t stop texting? If you’re a teenager, it may be to blame for falling grades and increased yawning in school, according to a new Rutgers study. The study, published in the Journal of Child Neurology, is the first of its kind to link nighttime instant […]

Coparenting After Divorce: Easier Said Than Done

October 30, 2015

Co-parenting while in a healthy and successful marriage has its challenges and is certainly a difficult task. Now add in the correlates involved in many divorces (e.g. unhealthy communication patterns, anger, frustration, revenge, and living in two separate homes) and you have a situation ripe for dysfunction. Divorcing parents hear from their attorneys, judges, therapists, […]

Two Dads or Two Moms: Gay and Lesbian Parents

September 30, 2015

Gay and lesbian parents have increased exponentially as more and more homosexual individuals and couples are choosing to have children. According to Gates, et al, in 2007 more than 1 in 3 lesbians have adopted or given birth to a child while 1 in 6 gay men have fathered or adopted a child. At the […]