Relationships

Welcome to the Kiddles relationships hub. This page has been designed to help parents take care of their relationships after kids. It also contains a bunch of articles that will help you teach your kids about the importance of love and genuine relationships. To get you started, here are some suggested reads:

 

The best relationship articles

Yes, you can make your marriage work after kids, and here’s how:

They say you get married, have kids, and live happily ever after. But we ALL know that’s not true. Having kids can be one of the biggest stressors in a marriage. Essentially, it can really break your marriage if you’re not careful. But it doesn’t have to be. Here’s how to make your marriage work after kids.

 

Questions to help parents find their life meaning

What is the purpose of life? What’s the meaning of all of this? Even more importantly, what do you see as a success story?  As a parent, you might think that the purpose of your life is just to parent. But there’s more than meets the eye. And there are some questions to help parents find their life meaning. Read more by following this link.

 

How to help your kids make the most of their first major friendship

Your kid’s first major friendship might have an impact on his mental and physical health, and according to research, the relationship between two kids can help boost social and emotional skills, eliminate stress, and promote a sense of belonging. There are so many amazing benefits to childhood friendships that it only seems natural that we, as the parents, should want to help nurture those special relationships. Read the full article here.

 

The little things kids learn from your marriage (and why it matters)

Copious research shows that model behavior is one of the most overlooked aspects of a child’s development.  Before your kids can fully understand verbal communication, they start understanding modeling. As parents, we often forget the importance of our actions, focusing mainly on teaching our kids verbally. One of the most important relationships in a family is the one between a husband and wife. But kids learn much more from the marriage of their parents than you might have thought. Here are some of the things kids learn from your marriage.

 

Even after your relationship failed, you can still rock co-parenting!

In our modern day and age, it seems like the idea of truly lasting relationships has failed us all. We live in a world where more and more single parents are raising their kids. But there’s hope here: A new kind of parenting commitment is on the rise. A commitment where a mother and father (regardless of their own personal issues) come together to raise brilliant kids. Read more by following this link.