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Most Current Articles in Family

Turning Hearts: "You’ve Just Got to Go!”

Anticipation and excitement abounds in our house whenever we prepare for a genealogy field trip. Just wondering who and what we will find – and which new adventures await!

By Carol Kostakos Petranek
Your Hardest Family Question: Have I been blind to the true nature of my marriage?

"Help! My husband and I have lost our connection. It’s like having a roommate that I’m not even sure I like."

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
7 Things Amazing Dads Do

While some dads are deadbeats and some mothers truly do an amazing job raising kids on their own, the lasting effects of a great father cannot be underestimated.

By Jonathan Decker
Caramel is the New Vanilla

If your recipe calls for vanilla, substitute caramel. Most cookie recipes are fabulous when you use caramel flavor instead of vanilla.

By Dennis Weaver
Discovering the Word of Wisdom: LDS Leaders on the Word of Wisdom

Of course, Church leaders have spoken on many aspects of the Word of Wisdom beyond the well-known prohibitions. Here are some excerpts of the things they have said.

By Jane Birch
Give Me 5! – Obedience Chart For Class Settings Or Group Teaching

What is a teacher or parent to do when they have a group of troublesome toddlers or cheeky children?

By Nicholeen Peck
Circle of Sisters: What should we do to stand up for marriage?

What do you think we can do as a Latter-day Saints to stand up for marriage? Why does it matter?

By Joanne Rich
Finding Magic in the Past

I never met my grandfather, who passed away about eight years before I was born, but I have always heard about his challenging life.

By Dian Thomas
Your Hardest Family Question: How do I address my daughter’s overeating?

I’ve got an 11 year-old daughter who struggles with overeating. I have no idea what to say to her to help her, as my mother and grandmother criticized me for the same things and I still struggle with the emotional damage.

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT