Are you a positive parent? Whether you're disciplining your child for bad behavior or helping through a difficult homework assignment, you'll love these tips for positive parenting.
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Verbal discipline is a slippery slope and one mistake can have lasting, irreversible consequences.
Yes, kids lie. (But so do adults.) The good news: If parents take a strong lead on a no-lying policy, most children will learn to walk the straight and narrow.
When a terrifying event like the Aurora shooting happens, should the killer's parents be held responsible for raising an evil child?
With help from a kitchen timer, one reader realizes she's not too busy to have fun with her son
Surround your children with love, happiness, and encouragement so they have the confidence to reach goals.
As you're doing your shopping this season, don't lose sight of the things that truly matter.
Sure, their adult years seem like a lifetime away, but it's never too early to teach your child how to stand on his own two feet.
Father's Day is a unique opportunity for dads and kids to step outside the norm, learn a bit more about each other, and have some fun in the process. Here is a list of activities for fathers to do with their sons and daughters on Father's Day.
Be prepared when your partner goes into labor.
A behind-the-scenes peek at the classic holiday show.
To encourage perseverance, teach preteens how to set goals and work to meet them.
Does your 1-year-old start swinging his fists at the first sign of frustration? Here's how to handle a little slugger.
Your baby has become a toddler -- how did this happen so quickly? Find out what to milestones and behaviors to expect during the toddler years.
Who better to care for your sweetie? No need to check references, and the price is right! But consider a few things before asking a family member to be your chief babysitter.
If your child suddenly seems bossy, babyish, or diva-esque, don't freak out -- there are reasons behind all these personality quirks.
You may have mastered managing toddler tantrums and preschooler proclivities, but big-kid behavior is a whole other ball game. Learn what milestones to expect during the school-age years.
Your toddler is now preschool age -- learn what behaviors to expect and how to nurture independence during the preschool years.
These techniques used by educators to teach "executive function" will help your child succeed at practically anything.
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