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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.

How to keep the peace when sibling rivalry grows into adult envy. 

Matthew Swanson and Robbi Behr on the joys and challenges of raising kids while working from home. 

Any man can be a father, but it takes a real man to be a dad. 

The talk is rarely an easy conversation. Learn how to handle the transition with grace and compassion.

Photography by Amy Postle Necessity is the mother of reinvention.

All New York Times best-selling author Glennon Doyle Melton wants for Christmas is peace, love and not too much misunderstanding.

Breaking up is (especially) hard to do when you're a parent. You may not be hitched to your ex anymore, but you're connected through your kids.

    Mornings that begin with a big family hug are a sweet way to start the day for Chris Osner-Hackett, his husband, Bob Osner-Hackett, and daughters Cai and Ava.

This August, software mogul Max Schireson announced that he was stepping down as CEO of a billion-dollar company. It was scandalous—but not for the reasons you might think.

Four years ago, Bruce Ham lost his wife, Lisa, and his three young girls lost a mother, but with love, music and silly moments, their family is still strong.

By Barbara McCann I ran into an old friend, Joyce, at a college reunion a few years ago and she looked so worn out.

Downsizing can lead to some tough questions. Like, how do you throw out a lifetime of memories? By Sandra Bornstein The author's family in Colorado, 1991.

After we posted on Family Circle's Facebook page that we were looking for readers to try out a romance kit, my email inbox didn't stop dinging for the next hour...plus.

By Rachel Macy Stafford, author of Hands Free Mama As my family prepares for an upcoming out-of-state move, I’ve been forced to think about what home means to me.

How many times have you been hugged today? Chances are even if you’re lucky enough to have been enveloped in the arms of someone you love, you still haven’t been hugged enough.