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.
The author of parenting books "Just Tell Me What to Say" and "You're Not the Boss of Me" says to listen and then help your child step up in his social interactions.
The "Mormon Moms" founder and mother of three teens advises taking action - and fast.
We desperately want to fix it, says parent coach and psychologist Erica Reischer, but take care not to hinder your child's emotional growth.
The new documentary, Bully, captures a wicked picture of what’s really going on in schools: rampant bullying and the utter failure of adults to stop it.
Millions of children are already possessed by The Hunger Games trilogy, now the first movie is on its way. Has children’s media become too addictive - and too violent?
Morgan Smith won't go to school. It's not a whim or simply bad behavior. School refusal, which experts say is a common childhood behavior problem for kindergartners to high schoolers, is wrenching for kids and parents alike.
When her daughter was diagnosed at age 5, she fought the label. Then she realized that her once happy, effervescent daughter was turning into a tormented stranger.
My son is in fifth grade and has always been a hard-working student. However, this year, both his teachers and I have noticed that he is not working to his potential.
He turns in his assignments late, and is putting forth very little effort. He...
What are some ideas for helping my son with his self-esteem and confidence? We always say we're proud of him and "good job," but he still seems to have a low self-esteem.