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.
7 do's and and don'ts to help your child develop empathy
Help your child develop empathy by fostering an emotionally intelligent environment.
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.
Motivating the unmotivated student
Here's how you can help your student plan for the future.
Is your child gifted?
Unfortunately, it may depend on who you ask — and where you live. From IQ to behaviors, learn the many signs, both promising and troubling, of giftedness.
Red flags of a learning issue
How do you know if your child is struggling with a learning issue? Learn to read the clues.
Childhood obesity epidemic
One in three American children is obese, and this generation of kids is expected to have a shorter lifespan than their parents. Learn how and why you should talk to your child about weight, and what you can do to keep your child healthy.
Making fitness a family affair
Keeping it simple and fun is the key to making fitness part of the family routine.
7 dangerous teen trends
You really don’t want to know about these dumb and dangerous things some teens are doing — but you should.
Reinforcing small changes in your child's behavior
Are you baffled about how to manage your child's difficult behavior? Remember that each step he takes toward better behavior is a move in the right direction.
Is it ADHD or something else?
Consider these factors to help determine what is causing your child's attention or hyperactivity problem.
7 ways schools can help teens suffering with mental health issues
Record-high numbers of U.S. high schoolers struggle with depression, anxiety, and suicide. Here’s how schools can help.
How trauma-informed teaching helps kids succeed in school
Studies show that dealing with trauma makes it difficult for students to learn. In response, some schools are adopting a more supportive approach to teaching.
When schools spank
Corporal punishment in public schools is more common than you might guess. But experts agree this punitive tactic doesn't work and has lasting, harmful consequences.
Your child's life in the time of coronavirus
What is life in the time of coronavirus like for your child? Here's year-by-year insight into how to support your child emotionally during this strange time.