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Mother's Day

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Top Mother's Day Articles

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  • In Theory: Advice for future dads

    Christian Evangelist Billy Graham is widely quoted as having said, "A good father is one of the most unsung, unpraised, unnoticed, and yet one of the most valuable assets in our society." With Americans celebrating this June 15 the annual day devoted to...
  • One year after college graduation, a degree of reality

    As dynasties go, my family takes its cues mostly from the Habsburgs, whose empire was based on superior fecundity and well-placed bribes. I remind my kids of this every day, as I treat them to yet another grand breakfast. Mostly, they just ignore me....
  • Once-homeless son reunites with mom in L.A. after 20 years

    Once-homeless son reunites with mom in L.A. after 20 years
    United States Air Force veteran David Abeyta's life spiraled out of control more than 20 years ago when he lost a child, his wife and his job and was left with an ongoing battle with Hepatitis C.  Abeyta, 51, shared his story with an organization...
  • Jessica Disu, hip-hop artist and activist

    Jessica Disu, hip-hop artist and activist
    Jessica Disu preaches peace to anyone who will listen. The 25-year-old Chicago-born hip-hop artist, who goes by FM Supreme, will spend Mother's Day with other community activists leading a march from the DuSable Museum of African American History...
  • New book of mom wisdom fit for Mother's Day

    New book of mom wisdom fit for Mother's Day
    Moms are known for dispensing advice — and some of us are guiltier than others when it comes to reiterating that wisdom. Author Erin McHugh, a repeat offender of quoting her mother, decided to collect her mom's sage — and sometimes strange...
  • Ask Amy: Troubled times may call for trial separation

    Ask Amy: Troubled times may call for trial separation
    Dear Amy: I am at the end of my rope. We have an 11-year-old son with ADHD who can be very challenging. When our son is being difficult my husband intimidates and antagonizes, yells obscenities and sometimes hits or kicks him unless I intervene....
  • Ask Amy: Conflict over dad's girlfriend

    Ask Amy: Conflict over dad's girlfriend
    Dear Amy: Five years ago, my husband left me for his younger co-worker. He saw our two daughters (9-year-old twins) only twice a week, and never kept them overnight. We all survived, and my children seem happy and well-balanced today. They now see their...
  • Ask Amy: Man has trouble coming out to mom

    Ask Amy: Man has trouble coming out to mom
    Dear Amy: I am a gay man and am having a horrible time coming out to my mother. I have an amazing boyfriend, and I love him dearly but it hurts not being able to tell her that I am gay. She basically thinks that I am trying to "pray away the gay," which...
  • 'Neighbors' Collects $51.1 Mil, Unseats 'Spider-Man' in Box Office Shake-Up

    King of the keg-stand this weekend, Universal's R-rated frat comedy "Neighbors," with its estimated boffo $51.1 million opening, interrupted the Stateside reign of "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," which fell a steeper-than-expected 59% in its second frame...
  • Pastry chefs and restaurateurs discover a shared passion -- in each other

     Pastry chefs and restaurateurs discover a shared passion -- in each other
    Sugar was the lure that connected Gina Howie with Bob Hartwig. Today, it is the foundation of their business and personal relationship. The pair met in 2006, when Gina, then a 27-year-old interior designer from Marietta, Ga., enrolled in The French...
  • On Mother's Day, ditch the quest for simplicity

    On Mother's Day, ditch the quest for simplicity
    This is the Mother's Day I finally give up on simplifying. No longer will I subject myself to "Embrace what really matters!" articles, which I've been known to scan furiously during my son's swim lesson, which wraps up 15 minutes before my daughter's...