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Carter on "I hate you!"

“When somebody says something so hurtful, your response is going to be... 'I hate you, too,'” says "Raising Happiness" author Christine Carter. But whatever you do, don't go there, she adds. Take this approach, instead.

Carter on "I hate you!"

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Levine on "I hate homework!"

When it comes to homework troubles, the famed psychologist and "The Price of Privilege" author cautions parents against coming to your child's rescue.

Levine on "I hate homework!"

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Sh*tty moms on "My teacher hates me"

"Maybe it's a good thing if your teacher says that," says Mary Ann Zoellner, co-author - with Alicia Ybarbo - of the book "Sh*tty Mom." Here's their anti feel-good response.

Sh*tty moms on "My teacher hates me"

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Sh*tty Moms on "I hate school!"

Let's face it, says "Sh*tty Mom" co-author Mary Ann Zoellner, school exists to get kids out of the house. Here's her tough-love, no-truancy approach to make sure they go.

Sh*tty Moms on "I hate school!"

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Christine Carter on "I hate school!"

"Raising Happiness" author Christine Carter says the secret isn't to elevate the drama. For better results, do this instead.

Christine Carter on "I hate school!"

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Deborah Tillman on taking five

TV's "America's Supernanny" Deborah Tillman says it happens to every parent. It's a matter of knowing how to turn off the switch and stop yourself before things turn ugly.

Deborah Tillman on taking five

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Madeline Levine: "Nobody likes me!"

"Don't jump in too fast!" warns Madeline Levine, author of "Teach Your Children Well." Take this approach instead so your child learns to navigate friendships.

Madeline Levine: "Nobody likes me!"

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Carol Dweck on the "gifted curse"

Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck explains why the smartest kids sometimes fail.

Carol Dweck on the "gifted curse"

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Christine Carter: "Nobody likes me!"

Parenting expert and "Raising Happiness" author Christine Carter says parents make a big mistake if they rush in to reassure their child. Take an entirely different approach.

Christine Carter: "Nobody likes me!"

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Lenore Skenazy: free range kids

Should parents let their child ride a bus alone in a big city? Lenore Skenazy talks about what could happen when you let your kid take such a big risk.

Lenore Skenazy: free range kids

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DIY: choosing a middle school

Turbo-charge your middle school search with this roundup of what you need to know - from dirty little school tour secrets to the most essential questions you can ask.

DIY: choosing a middle school

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Elementary school crash course

Searching for an elementary school? This all-in-one user's guide gives you the lowdown on school choices, key questions to ask, and a printable tour checklist.

Elementary school crash course

02:33

Madeline Levine's #1 parenting tip

Renowned psychotherapist and "Teach Your Children Well" author Madeline Levine talks about one thing parents should do for their child's well-being.

Madeline Levine's #1 parenting tip

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Tech can help learning disabilities

Author and activist Ben Foss sheds light on how assistive technologies can make all the difference in how a child does in school.

Tech can help learning disabilities

01:48

All-time top parenting tip #3

Bestselling author Po Bronson explains why kids who are afraid of losing are at risk of never really succeeding.

All-time top parenting tip #3

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