It’s time to get a refresher on how to train our kids to stand up to bullying and how to advocate for them.
At the end of the day, let’s face it – kids and their questions are frustrating, maddening, and hilarious.
If you’re the kind of person who needs intellectual stimulation in order to feel satisfied, don’t buy into the myth of “supermom.”
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.
Encouraging your child to use invented spelling will help her become a successful student, even if the immediate results look disastrous.
I’ve always wanted to be a mom and was decently prepared for it…so I never would have expected to feel like a big old fake.
Your kids may be right: playing video games may not be a waste of time but may help learning and memory function.
I’ll admit, as a dentist’s daughter and a lover of candy, I’m a little Jekyll and Hyde over the matter.
Perhaps the hardest thing about being a divorced parent are the moments you feel real, powerful grief when your child is with you and you can't show it.
The score does matter. It always has and it always will. Learning how to lose is important, and so is learning how to win.