Debby Waldman

Debby Waldman is passionate about mental health, hearing loss, books, food, and family, and she's written about those topics and more for publications including The New York Times, Washington Post, People, Parents, Publishers Weekly, Wired, The Bittman Project, and NBC-Think.
If your kid internalizes extremely high expectations for themselves—whether they’re drawing, doing homework, or playing sports—they may never think they’re good enough. Here’s what to do. 
You know that your preschooler is trying to manipulate you, but whenever he whines, he wins.
Parents -- and physicians -- often mistake appendicitis for a bad stomachache. Would you be able to spot it in your child?