Understand how kids and teens think about their social relationships and communication with these questions about connecting with others.
Our followers tell us cleanup is one of the hardest things about family dinner. Here are 5 ways to make dinnertime cleanup easier!
Resilience experts Dr. Juliana Chen and Dr. Tai Katzenstein teach parents how to talk to kids and teens during this summer of transition.
Talk about the Civic Season — Juneteenth through the Fourth of July — with conversation starters about our nation’s history and future.
The Family Dinner Project is proud to announce that we’ve received a grant from No Kid Hungry to further our work on tribal lands in Montana.
Paula Rauch, MD offers expert guidance on what parents can expect from the post-COVID transition, and how to make it as smooth as possible.
Get the latest research on the benefits of family dinner for adults, and why eating with others is good for you — no matter how old you are.