“Kids will be kids.” We rationalize antisocial behavior, but some young children are extremely dangerous.
Families are complex, with joys and struggles. As depicted on TV, in movies, in your own family, or in the royal one, cutting off may seem sensible but shouldn’t be done lightly.
The friend group your child can’t live without could also cause pain. You can help.
We pretty much all agree that prevention is the best medicine, and most parents of young children are already doing the best they can. But none of us get it all right all the time.
How should parents talk with their children about mental health? Practical considerations and tips.
When kids act like jerks, those moments are opportunities for us as parents to see which skills our kids still haven’t mastered yet.
Some days, you’ll find me reaching for Kleenex when I see a video of a teen being big-hearted and doing the right thing even when nobody’s watching. I’m unapologetic about my eyes welling up—it brings me hope to see a kid’s kindness and capacity to care for others. Like many parents, I hope my seven year […]