Home learning guide during school closure
School's out? These tips will help you keep your child on track.
How to react when your child says, “I hate you!”
It's rarely what a child of any age really means. But it stings. Here, four parenting experts offer advice for responding to a hurtful outburst from your adolescent.
“They” is here; get used to it
Is a teen you know telling you they’re a “they?" Here's how parents can navigate the new world of gender pronouns.
My child looks at media online that I consider inappropriate
All kids encounter inappropriate content online. Here's how to talk to your middle school child about it.
3 ways to grow your relationship with your 5th grader before middle school
Take the time to build your bond now, while your child is on the cusp between being a child and being a teenager. Surprisingly, these strategies will also help your child in school.
Helping a kindergartner who's learning English build the self-confidence to speak in class
Here are four ways parents can help their kids build the confidence needed to participate in class — even though they’re still learning English.
Teens have less face time with their friends — and are lonelier than ever
According to a new study, teen loneliness rates have surged since 2010, the year the smartphone came into widespread use.
Why rich parents are more likely to be unethical
Research shows that wealthy people will go to great lengths to maintain their higher status. Shocker: entitlement plays a role.