"Stop being a let down and start being a get up and go."
In previous decades the mothers and fathers of addicts advocated for punishing addicts harshly, but a new generation of parent-activists has embraced a gentler approach.
I played three games based on the fraught relationship between kids and their parents to see which was most like my own experiences.
Growing up with a disabled parent had me constantly torn between the world I was in and the world I thought I deserved.
"I just wish I could show them that I've done OK and I just wish I could know that they're proud of me."
Having a little painting of a bird in your parents' bathroom can be great exposure.
With her permed mullet and Freddy Kruger nails, my stepmom Linda was a Halloween vision without even trying. But one year, I got the best of her.
For starters, they don't buy anyone a drink.
Canada's Universal Childcare Benefit has turned more people against the Conservatives than it's recruited, it turns out.
A new study shows that a child's typical homework load ridiculously exceeds the amount recommended by experts.
The world's most beautiful pooches have a weight problem.
In this week's installment of Tyler Boss's comic Baby Teeth, a teen searches for his parents after his skateboarding recital, but finds a different unfortunate surprise.
My dad is the family columnist for the 'Guardian,' and as a result my life has been chronicled in the paper for three years.
Well, not your parents specifically. But it turns out many baby boomers are drinking almost as much as their kids are.
In Tyler Boss's latest comic, an angsty teenager wonders if anyone will show up to his skateboarding recital.
You can't miss something you never had in the first place.
If you won't quit for your baby, will you quit for a $50 gift card?
"I once sent my girlfriend-at-the-time a text that said 'I'm going to make your vagina cry.' By mistake, I sent it to my mom."
New figures show that child poverty isn't getting any better. Poor young moms and dads are struggling to make ends meet.
So your friends are accidentally on purpose having children, giving each other rings, and doing beautiful, real, rewarding things. This is why you're not.
Most importantly, we learned that calling someone "Daddy" in the bedroom is absolutely fine.
I don't know what it is exactly, but sentences like "I think my Wi-Five is broken" make my blood boil.
How do you stray from the path your parents set out for you?
For The Gayby Project, Australian filmmaker Maya Newell spent four years documentary the lives of children with same-sex parents.