Behavior and Discipline
The first day of Kindergarten is just around the corner—what should you know?
BFF Breakup: How to Help Your Child Through a Fight with Her Best Friend
Resist the urge to fix everything and help your child heal from a best friend breakup in a healthy way.
How to Help Your Child Learn When It's Okay to Quit
Quitting isn’t always bad. Learn how to help your child tell the difference.
Girls and Makeup: 5 Tips to Help Your Daughter Try it the Right Way
When your daughter is ready to wear makeup, these tips will help her make the transition gracefully.
How to Raise a Thankful Child
Thankfulness shouldn’t only be shown on Thanksgiving. Here’s how to raise a child who’s grateful year-round.
5 Tips to Raise a Leader Who Doesn't Follow the Crowd
These easy tips will help your child stand out from the crowd.
Million-Dollar Suggestions to Teach Kids About Money Matters
Want to inspire your child to aim high in life, especially when it comes to earning potential? Well, Steve Siebold, self-made millionaire, has a few suggestions to help make that happen.
Put the Kibosh on Bedwetting FOR GOOD!
If you’re weary of changing the sheets night after night and nothing seems to work, consider these four useful facts and put the wetting to bed once and for all.
Keeping Up With the Classmates
What do you do when your kids want everything their friends have, but you can’t—or won’t—give it to him?
Baby Steps to Toddler Sleep
It’s so simple, yet some nights, it’s so completely, exhaustingly difficult!
Help! I Don't Like My Child!
If it feels like you’re not (ahem!) appreciating your child’s presence as much as you once did, relax. It’s normal, and he’s how to be okay with it.
Dealing With Defiant Kids: an Age-by-Age Playbook
Experts offer scenarios and solutions for turning your child’s “no” into a “yes.”
What’s Your Child’s Learning Style?
Here’s why understanding your child’s learning style will help her flourish.
Giving Constructive Criticism to Kids
It’s tough enough to give feedback to adults. Here’s how to give constructive criticism to your kids without bruising any egos.