The first step to harmony is teaching your child to listen and follow directions One of the most important keys to minimizing problem behavior is making sure that kids are getting the message you’re trying to send. When it comes
Raising a teenager is no picnic! On one hand, you want to respect boundaries and give your growing child the freedom to make—and learn from—their own mistakes. On the other hand, you want to do everything in your power to
One of the biggest challenges of raising a child with intense needs is managing the emotional fallout. We want the best for our children, and with kids whose problems aren’t easily solved, it can feel as if you can never
Parents play a major role in how and how much a child’s anxiety is expressed, yet often without guidelines or tools. Society expects parents to teach our children positive behavior, but when do we learn about socializing their emotions? If our kids
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As parents, you may be concerned about what your children and teens may experience in schools and social circles during this upcoming anniversary. From worrying about them experiencing hate and bullying to the desire to counter-narratives, there are many emotions that could
“Our job as parents isn’t to provide certainty in a time of uncertainty. Our job is to help kids tolerate the uncertainty,” explains Jerry Bubrick, PhD, a clinical psychologist at the Child Mind Institute. Getting kids, regardless of age, involved in problem-solving
According to the most recent data from Pew Research Center, 80 percent of all parents with a child age 11 or younger said their child watches videos on YouTube, and 53 percent noted that their child does this daily. But given
If you’re still looking for safe, fun things for your kid to do and your kiddo is climbing the walls, maybe a virtual field trip is in order. Even if you’re not ready to take in-person trips, you can still take in
It’s not the baby blues and it’s not postpartum depression—so what is it? If you’re feeling overly worried after giving birth, you may be suffering from postpartum anxiety disorder. Here’s what you need to know. Read more.