Do SAHMs feel emotionally worse off than working moms? Contributing factors can include under-appreciation and isolation.
Looser rules have local fire departments worried about the summer holidays. Here’s what you should know – and how to ensure safety for your kids.
More children are skipping the formal titles and calling adults by their first name these days. Do you approve of this trend?
Metro Parent is excited to present a rare and exclusive appearance of Tony Attwood on Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016 at the San Marino Club.
In the realm of special needs, this may not seem so serious. But for little girls, it’s a hit on developing healthy self-esteem.
Tips and advice for parents to help kids thrive in their education, offered by a veteran teacher and law expert from southeast Michigan.
Wondering what to buy a teen for Christmas or their birthday? Make a big impression with these trendy gifts we found for that impossible-to-buy-for tween.
Lure nature right to your family’s window by transforming an evergreen or shrub into a holiday banquet of yummy ornaments for birds and squirrels.
After age 9, a girl’s feelings of self-worth and confidence crash. Help your daughter realize her full potential, become her best, and mature with moxy, by building these five qualities.
Metro Parent Magazine and Henry Ford Health System present a day dedicated to unlocking the puzzle of autism – for parents and professionals.
Before my kids can go on a play date, I ask the family if they own a gun. I’m not sorry.
We’ve got all of the details, tips and tricks to make the most out of your family’s 2016 trip to this Sandusky, Ohio amusement park.
After divorce, some smack talk is sort of expected. But what if your ex drove a wedge between you and your children and they stopped talking to you?
School age children are prime culprits. Here’s a look at reasons, plus nine tips and ideas to help kids break the habit and build conflict resolution skills.
So far in 2013, an Australian couple and pair of British buskers bestowed this lofty moniker – more typically used as a joke – upon their sons. But what’s in
Great organizations that help you and your family donate, give or volunteer to the less fortunate in 2015 in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.
By Kristy Case
Improve your health and set a good example for your kids. Hospitals in Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties have weight loss programs to help.
Want produce from farmers markets? Detroit has you covered. Plus find food from the farmers market Ann Arbor, Oakland County farmers market and more.
A husband and father wrote a column detailing his feelings about his wife’s desire to stay at home to raise her kids. His reasons? It will rob her of ambition.
Parents of children with special needs can plan ahead for fun activities, sensory-friendly movie showings and more that are tailored to meet their needs.
Got a child whose favorite mealtime phrase is ‘NO’? Metro Detroit experts and parents offer 10 ways to ease picky eaters into new eating experiences.