Tired of watching Frozen or Harry Potter for the millionth time? Check out our list of lesser-known family-friendly films!
You'll laugh, you'll cry (in frustration), and you might even yell at each other, but Overcooked builds stronger, healthier families in the end.
Writer Chris Fogle explains what Dickens' beloved story can teach us on worrying about the past, being present in the present and worrying about the future.
Can a game pull off a class-based system where each character feels connected and like part of a family without a super cheesy story? Children of Morta does, and writer Cameron Franklin explains how.
If you’ve spent time around the Love Thy Nerd community you’ve probably heard about LTN Con, the annual Love Thy Nerd conference, held for the first time in October of this year. But if you missed out, I’d like to bring you a peek into what it was like to be there! LTN Con was […]
Lisa Eldred writes how a campaign of Betrayal Legacy reminded her of not only her own family tree but of another -the Messiah.
Drew Hood takes a look at DC's Shazam! and why a superhero story that focuses on family, trust and encouragement is exactly what the world needs.
Fairy Tail and My Hero Academia encouraged Brittany to find her purpose, pursue her dreams, and never give up.
So often we ignore, isolate, and make our family feel irredeemable. But family, blood or found, should always be the people that the wounded can come home to.
Spending time with people is work. There’s no way around that. Whether it’s a stranger or the person you know better than anyone else, it takes more than a smile and small talk to get through life in a way that makes all parties feel valued. These are the experiences that gave us pause and […]