..., author of Children Who See Too Much. As founder of the Child Witness to Violence Project at Boston... Medical Center, Groves works with children who see violence firsthand in their homes and communities. Here... to violence transform children's views of the world?
A: Kids who are raised in violent environments grow up...
When something as tragic and frightening as a school shooting occurs, children are bound to have many concerns. We turned to educational psychologist and Parents advisor Michele Borba, EdD, for the five best things you can say to reassure them now.
Whether you're a first-time parent or a parent of an older child, it's natural to long for a second (or third) baby at some point. If you're thinking about having another child but you're not entirely certain, take our quiz to find out if the timing is right for your family to make a commitment.
Yesterday she was a baby, today she's a toddler--with more changes to come. This quiz will give you insights into some of the behaviors to expect during these fast-paced toddler years. As you read, keep in mind: every toddler is unique. So this quiz about developmental milestones is designed to help you appreciate what your toddler is doing right now, as well as in the months to come. (But if you have specific questions about your toddler's progress, please talk to your pediatrician.) Have fun! Plus, enter to win $5,000 in prizes from Enfagrow. Official Rules
Kids are kids, which means that when they get mad, they're not especially diplomatic about it. What's disturbing, though, is that more and more kids seem unable to stop at ordinary expressions of childish ire. "I see hundreds of kids each year, and I'm shocked by the level of aggressiveness I'm observing," says Edward Christophersen, Ph.D., a psychologist at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO.