Is your kid rebelling? Learn why he's acting out and find out what you need to know if your teen is cheating, being disrespectful, and more.
Help Kids Deal With Bullying and Stress
Smoking, Drinking, and Peer Pressure
The Secret Life of the Pre-Tween: Respecting Your Kid's Privacy
The Truth About Lying
Dealing with Kids' Strong Emotions
When Kids Talk Back
The Cheating Child
Coping with an Argumentative Child
Learn how to help your child cope with the effects of bullying.
Preteens are on an emotional roller coaster-and whoa!--you're in for a ride too.
Many 12-year-olds experiment with smoking and alcohol these days. Read on for tips on how to discuss this peer pressure with your child.
Your child has become a big talker, but now she argues about everything. Here's how to cope.
Welcome to the Age of Insolence. Find out how to rein in back talk at every age.
All kids tell whoppers sometimes. The way you handle it can determine whether the fibs fade or become a big, fat problem.
If your kid seems to have teen mood swings, we've got the right ways to react.
Smart-alecky comments, sass, and disrespectful gestures, such as eye rolls and lip smacks, seem to be the norm when children talk back to you nowadays. Try these tips to nip your child's bold and brash behavior in the bud.
Happiness probably tops the list of things you want to cultivate in your children -- just follow our list of what to do (and not do) when nurturing your child's positive outlook.
If your kid is always arguing her case, take these steps to end the negotiations.
Artwork is filled with insights into your kid's mind -- if you know what to look for.
Has your kid become the queen of sarcasm? We'll help you set her straight.
How could I raise confident daughters if I didn't get comfortable in my own skin first?
Being consistent -- setting limits for your child and sticking to them -- is a proven way to inspire cooperation, kindness, good manners, and more. We've got tricks to help you stand firm.
It's not too soon to start setting limits and encouraging good behavior from your kid. We'll show you how.
From boys with chubby cheeks to girls with crazy curls, here are the some of the cutest kids entered in our 2013 Cover Contest.
If your kid is treating you like an outcast, we have ways to turn your relationship with your child around.
When your little one needs to be corralled or quieted, give these truly fresh and kid-friendly techniques a try.
Crafty moms share some creative costume ideas. Steal these super-clever ideas, which even non-arty mamas can tackle.
These gorgeous birthday cakes are a snap to make using your favorite cake mix and simple white icing.
The Common Core curriculum is changing the way math, English language arts, and science will be taught in schools across the nation. Learn some basic facts about the Common Core standards.
Put an end to mealtime oh-no-you-don'ts and raise kids who will be welcome at any table.
Celebrate a baby girl with this sweet and spicy shower.
Survive the spooky season with these tips for 'fraidy cats.