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How to talk to your younger child about sex

Really, really young isn't too young to talk about "it"

Parent power: Raising Kate

One mom's fight for her child's identity

Raising middle schoolers’ EQ and IQ

Think tweens and teens don't listen and don't care? Think again. If this seventh grade math teacher can get kids to be kind and work hard, you can, too.

Sticks, stones, and drama: the truth about bullying

Author Emily Bazelon talks about her new book -- and what kids, parents, and schools can do to put an end to bullying.

WATCH: Best viral antibullying videos

Most of these were done by kids, all of them will tug on your heart.

Is social media making your child a fame-seeker?

How often your child updates her profile, tags pictures, and talks on her cell matters – unless you’re raising the next Justin Bieber (in which case, carry on).

Raising a child with mental illness: What I wish I’d known

8 great survival tips from a mother in the trenches.

Hall of mirrors: my daughter’s battle with anorexia

Like many parents, Melanie thought she understood what anorexia was all about. Then it happened to her child and she learned the complicated truth.

Unpopular... in elementary school?

"Unpopular" wasn't a word I expected to hear, so young, and from my own son. I felt less equipped to handle the struggle over popularity than any parental challenge so far.

Jane Nelsen on "Nobody likes me!"

The bestselling author of "Positive Discipline" says parents do their kids a disservice by trying to fix the problem. You help them far more by teaching them to help themselves.

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