New book helps parents nurture creativity and resilience
We can't just talk the talk
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Join us for two events with bestselling author Dr. Dan Siegel
Child development research explores how children learn to be grateful
How one technique stops tantrums in their tracks
New research uncovers how parents can teach their kids the value of hard work
A well-known local toy seller talks about the future of play
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Lecture and resource fair for atypical learners
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Talk to your kids about bullying before they become bullies
Social media is here to stay but at what cost?
A Q&A with clinical psychologist Chris McCurry
A parenting pro recommends you stay SOBER
Improve academic success without having to say "do your homework" a million times
Get more than 'fine' with these questions
The talk you must have with your children
Your cautious kid can be independent with these tips
Grooming doesn't have to be a struggle with these tips
Teaching your child the power of action
You need to step up, but it's not what you think
Why this psychologist advocates for making parenting playful
A relationship guru shares his expert advice
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Because being in a relationship wasn't hard enough already
4 parenting-on-stage dilemmas and how to cope
Advice from a clinical psychologist
7 tips for parenting easily distressed kids
It's hard enough for adults to do — what about kids?
Go beyond "You'll be fine"
Don't let bedwetting keep your child from having fun at camp
Are we just asking them to be better liars?
How to connect with your children through bedtime rituals
How to best support your child’s unique style
"Freedom's progress depends on disobedient children"
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Having a child show preference for one parent over another can hurt — here's how to handle the situation
Embracing failure as a kid can help foster success in adulthood
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Brain development expert Dr. Linda Chamberlain shares insights
Simply tuning in can help
Lecture with Laura S. Kastner, Ph.D.
New collection systems help you keep potentially deadly opioids away from kids
Incentivizing positive behaviors in children is helpful but is it healthy?
How to identify your kid's unique learning style
Is resilience the answer to a stressed kid?
Genuinely praise your children and see self-confidence bloom
How to foster work ethic
Parents, here's the latest in how to get positive results
What you need to know about random drug tests
Earlier research also found an increase in suicide
Introduce these apps, games and websites to inspire and teach
Headphones, surgical tubing and wiggle seats are helping kids learn better
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A moving documentary that follows boys and young men in America
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When you and your child are frustrated, respond with compassion
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Here are three feeding challenges and how to beat them
Seattle parenting lecture on free-range parenting
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A mother reflects on her two sons, one with ADHD and one without
The earlier we address bullying, the better — here are 8 books that will give your child strategies for coping and communicating
By Laura S. Kastner, Ph.D.
While girls thrive under the global 'girl power' trend, boys are not getting the support they need and are falling behind academically and emotionally
One father changes his perspective on Pinocchio parenting
One mindset helps kids succeed, the other holds them back
One parenting coach shares how and why 15 minutes of your time can change everything
Kick that complaining and whining to the curb
So, we’re not churchy — but does that mean we don’t have faith?