It’s time to get a refresher on how to train our kids to stand up to bullying and how to advocate for them.
Tattoos and piercings are not new by any means, but studies show that more kids are getting them even at younger ages than in the past.
The Graduate School of Education at Harvard University project, Making Caring Common, came up with five strategies to teach kids how to be kind.
There are things you can do now, long before your kids hit voting age, to encourage an active participation in the democratic process.
Your kids may be right: playing video games may not be a waste of time but may help learning and memory function.
This practice gives kids strategies for developing self-awareness, improving mental focus, handling emotions, and increasing kindness and empathy.
As a mother who sometimes screams, who is unsure of herself, I’m still practicing how to accept my own imperfections. My own failings.
Researchers have identified one key personality trait can mean the difference between bouncing back from bullying and being incapacitated by it.
Your kid’s behavior is neither driven by “badness” nor is it a sign of bad parenting. Rather, it’s a sign that you’re not speaking the same language.
Last fall, as our beloved family dog faded quickly into his final weeks, I tried to prepare my children gently for his passing.
I knew it would go quick, but still my mind could never fathom, never fully grasp that this baby would someday become a man.