Hearing your precious kids yell at each other, ‘I hate you!’ is always stressful. But that doesn’t mean they will be enemies for life … or even for the next hour. And as parents, we can encourage their special relationship.
The myth of Christmas is cosy, comforting, family togetherness. But those of us who come from actual families, know it’s just that—a myth.
We’re great at saying sorry when we bump into someone on a crowded street, so why is it so hard to say sorry for our real mistakes?
There is no one way to get over a relationship breakup, but you can navigate it so that breakup doesn’t break you.
We’ve gone internationalé for this issue of War Cry, so we’ve come up with some top travel hacks. Don’t leave home without checking these out.
How can I build a closer relationship to my brother? We come from a loving family, but don’t have much in common and have never been close.
I’m in a friendship I find draining, and I really want to put some distance between us, but can I ‘break up’ with a friend?
Guilt and Christmas go together like a six-pack of mince pies and a tummy ache … can you have one without the other? Yes! Here’s how to enjoy family, food and festivities this Christmas, without the guilt.
Your Mission: to get all your Christmas shopping done in one day. You’re going to lick that Christmas list, like Tom Cruise licked that tall glass building in Mission Impossible.