Gifted children often suffer from shyness because they perceive themselves as different from others.
Eliminate mixed messages with non-negotiable rules
Help your child learn to be more respectful and polite
Should you "snoop" on your child's online activity?
Parents can help kids master self-control early in life and continue through the teen years.
Nightmares are fairly common in childhood, especially in kids younger than 10 years old.
Making sure your child gets enough vitamin D
Even the most disorderly kids can learn to be more organized, beginning in toddlerhood.
Age-specific ways to help kids learn to love cleanliness
Understanding the four main areas of stress that are common to children dealing with depression
How do you identify kids who are disciplined?
Age-by-age guidance on helping children pick and learn from positive, enduring role models
Today's kids spend as few as seven minutes engaged in unstructured outdoor play per day
Basic tools to help you approach parenting with confidence
Age-by-age strategies for supporting strong decision-making skills
Whether your child feels nervous about a family change, school or a rocky friendship, you can help.
Cutting is an outward sign of inward pain, which requires special care and attention.
Helping all ages build strong relationships
Encourage your child to find ways to help in the classroom and be a good friend.
Developing a strong bond increases cooperation and reduces defiance and the need for punishment.
Talk to your daughter about self-image and the pressures she's feeling with regard to "fitting in."
Is My Kid OK? Oppositional behavior
Is My Kid OK? Coping with teen daughter's new attitude
If you're the parent of a child in middle school, get ready for a new dating scene
Recognizing child sexual abuse
What to do if you become aware of a teen's destructive behavior
The best apps to help teens avoid texting while driving
Ask the Teacher: Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten?
Your baby's developmental milestones on the journey toward walking
What are executive function skills and how do they relate to ADHD?