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"Do you think I'm smart?"

"Of course I do, sweetie!" Not so fast. Before you rush to reassure your child she's a genius, hear how these three top-selling parenting experts suggest you respond instead.

Why roughhousing with our kids is so important

Po Bronson, bestselling author of "Nurture Shock," underscores the surprising benefits of rough-and-tumble play.

Christine Carter on discovering a learning disability

"Raising Happiness" author and sociologist Christine Carter reveals how she stumbled upon her own daughter's learning disability - and how parents can learn from her experience.

Educating Nathan

One mother’s epic quest to find the right school for her profoundly gifted son.

Do boys and girls react to criticism differently?

Absolutely! Stanford psychologist and "Mindset" author Carol Dweck says it’s night and day – and linked to the self-esteem gender gap.

What to do when your child says, "I don't like reading!"

Read between the lines, says Stanford psychologist and “Mindset” author Carol Dweck. Why? Kids mean something very different when they object to reading.

Christine Carter: Stop nagging!

Kids don't do what you ask? Parenting coach Christine Carter offers a nag-free alternative: the h-word.

Madeline Levine pushing young kids too early

Using flash cards at age 1. Teaching kids to read at 3. Pushing students to get ahead of the curve in early elementary. Does any of this even help our kids academically?

Bruce Feiler on how not to nag

"How many times do I have to tell you to do that?" We all find ourselves nagging, but there's a way to stop, says happy family expert Bruce Feiler.

Bruce Feiler on respectful kids

The kids are snipping at each other and giving you back talk. Is this any way to have a happy family? Bruce Feiler on how to foster respect among family members.