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Maintaining a happy family is hard enough without having to worry about your friends or your husband. Here, experts share their best tips on how to be a better mother, wife and friend.

Barbara and Matt Lambert of NYC's Michelin-starred The Musket Room share their laid-back approach—and a holiday recipe.

This foodie mom already has a devoted fan base in daughters Riley, 4, and Ryan, 1, and her NBA phenom husband, Stephen Curry. 

"Working as a brother-sister team is sometimes challenging—especially when you have two strong alpha types! But we get things done."

Here’s what more than 1,000 of you told us about who your besties are, why you’ve lost touch with some BFFs and whether or not you think you’re a good friend. 

What families today are made of.

Simone Biles' loving family propels her to the Olympics.

Chris Harris Jr. of the Denver Broncos finds joy in faith, family and good works.

Dr. Janet Taylor on moods, relationships and life.

See how the game keeps them on their toes.

Relationship coaches Johnny and Lara Fernandez share tips to make any marriage happier and stronger.

Couples in their 30s, 40s, 50s and 70s tell us how they make love and wedded bliss last.

Kelly Fedio on how her fit family stays in motion.

Not only is Community alum Ken Jeong a former doctor but he plays one on TV!

After she and her husband divorced, mother of four Jennifer Ball dreaded Christmas with every fiber of her being—until a random Target run sparked a revelation. 

Catt Sadler on coparenting two sons with her ex-husband.