Who's afraid of Algebra II?
Research confirms what we often see in our own homes: when a parent fears math, they can pass that fear along to their kids like a cold.
Should you keep a sketchy secret if your child asks you not to tell?
What should you do when your child says she can only tell you something if you promise to keep it a secret?
It's cultural and legal in all states, but is spanking discipline or abuse?
It's common, it's cultural, it's legal in all states in the nation. But does spanking work?
Getting on the same parenting page
Whether you're right or wrong, call a cease-fire and find a way to build a united front for the kids’ sake.
Sibling rivalry — lifelong relationships, lifelong effects
Sibling rivalry can be a positive training ground for life — or a negative relationship between brothers and sisters that escalates to abuse.
12 bullying myths
What do parents really need to know about bullying? It's not necessarily what you think.
Finding our own fix for ADHD
After a contradictory ADHD diagnosis — and drugs with scary side effects — he discovered a simple treatment that works.
How I found the right school
When your child has a disability, finding a place where she can thrive may take you into unfamiliar territory.