In this video, author Po Bronson explains a study about how mothers in Hong Kong and the U.S. treat their children differently after doing poorly on an IQ exam.
Don't despair, says "Book Love" author Melissa Taylor. Instead, try these 3 secrets to get your reluctant reader hooked on books.
The author of "Raising Happiness" says parents shouldn't try to save kids from boredom. Besides, the complaint usually has nothing to do with being bored.
She won the golden ticket: admission to one of the nation's top colleges. She soon found that too many students choose "the best," rather than "the right" school.
To talk or not to talk? Is offering a safe ride home always a good idea? Should you come clean about your own drug history? Get answers to tough parenting dilemmas concerning alcohol and drugs.
"Math isn't for nerds!" Danica McKellar, best-selling author of "Kiss My Math," wants kids, girls especially, to know they can learn to love math.
The bestselling author of “Your Child’s Growing Mind” says that before knowing how to answer, it’s essential first to understand what is going on in your child’s mind.
Her teenage son is a great kid. He also sends racy text messages. Is this just a sign of the times, or is he a virtual philanderer? One mom shares her strategy for dealing with sexting.
Not thriving, but not quite failing. Is there help for my boy in this educational no-man’s-land?
Kids notice difference, says the renowned child development specialist. A parent’s job is to deftly deal with the situation to avoid embarrassment.