This practice gives kids strategies for developing self-awareness, improving mental focus, handling emotions, and increasing kindness and empathy.
What do I tell her when she sees I am a million sad miles away when she is showing me her latest gymnastic move and I miss it or asks why my eyes are red?
So what if I had to rhyme words with her for hours and have contests to see which of us could spot more school buses for 300 miles?
I’m not some crunchy hippie mama telling you to go hug a tree to take all your worries away. I’m talking about the science-backed practice of “grounding.”
Sure, you could do what everyone else is doing on their trek to these popular National Parks. Or you could be a little more adventurous.
There are ways to handle climate change and natural disaster topics carefully so that our kids don't form a major case of eco-anxiety.
Fear of stigma can prevent amazing parents from seeking out professional help for a child truly struggling with a mental or behavioral health issue.
Consistent exposure to everyday noises can slowly damage our hearing. See the risk level of different common sounds in this handy infographic.
Every kid adds an additional 20 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions to be produced each year. But does having fewer children help solve global warming?
According to new research, babies as young as 17 months can identify the dominant individuals in social situations.