Everyone communicates love in different ways, so understanding each other's specific love language may be beneficial to your relationship. According to Gary Chapman, Ph.D., author of "The Five Love Languages," once you and your partner have identified with one of the five languages, you both...

In an age of overwhelming concern over child safety, Gever Tulley is breaking all the rules. Nowadays, parents believe their child is so vulnerable — to injury, to teasing, to disease and disappointment — that they hover like a helicopter over their children, ready to swoop in if anything remotely “bad” happens. Tulley, founder of San Francisco’s Tinkering School, finds this approach to interacting with our children to be disempowering, to say the least. And in his recent TED Talk, he spells out 5 dangerous things you should actually encourage your kids to do. Because, as we’re about to find out -- a little danger is good for both kids and grownups.