Why do we spend hours, weeks, months researching the best schools and summer camps, but we never feel there is enough time to cook a healthy dinner and sit down to eat it?
Parents will always have stress -- that said, I've learned that we can find peace.
Some practical pointers for co-sleeping and the family bed, from a parenting expert.
It's time for helicopter parents to land. That's the advice of researchers who have found that even extra love and warmth can't solve the problem.
It's hard enough to get kids to listen. So how can parents cut through the electronic clutter so texts and emails to teens get through?
Some teens, who would normally take a summer job may not be able to find one. Here are some things your unemployed teen can do instead.
Best friends are rare, and they're important... and they seem to be becoming a rare breed, indeed.
Your goal as a parent is to help keep reading fun and engaging for your kids, so here are a few tips you can use to celebrate reading all year long!
Does your child often crawl into your bed late at night? Here's more about why he or she does - and some tips for you.
How can you get your toddler to stop biting other kids? Parenting expert Elizabeth Pantley answers.
Here are some guiding principles and practical tools that can help us toward becoming a better parent.
How do you go about building a foundation of love - and how do you get this message through to your children? Get some parenting tips here!
In my house, we have a regular Family Day, so here are my ideas for 99 cheap ways to have family fun!
If you’re a hyperparent, you might not even know it. But if you are, you might want to learn to relax with your kids - for their sake, and yours.
Much of how you raise your child with special needs will depend on your family’s personal beliefs and the nature of his or her disability.
When it comes to teen development, researchers are now beginning to understand the biological basis for their sometimes peculiar behavior.
Someone who will talk so your kids will listen For many kids, warnings from their parents go in one ear and out the other. But advice from someone el... Read more...
If you have recently learned that your child has a developmental delay or a disability - which may or may not be completely defined - this message is be for you.
Adolescence can be a bewildering time -- for both teens and their parents. Yet it can also be thrilling to watch kids grow and change.
The family meal is often touted and encouraged for its social and health benefits, but a Cornell University study questions the nature of this association.
If you've recently had a child go off to college, you’re likely facing a whole new set of worries.
Teens who more openly express their own viewpoints in discussions with their moms, even if their viewpoints disagree, are more likely than others to resist peer pressure to use drugs or alcohol.
Homework. Dance class. Basketball practice. Violin recitals. Book reports. When is enough too much?
How can you help your child through nightmares or night terrors? Parenting expert Elizabeth Pantley answers.