From training bras and that first period to cracking voices and facial hair, here's a parent's guide to getting your son or daughter through puberty. Learn how to help with acne, social situations, and more.
One parent wonders what to do now that she caught her adolescent daughter masturbating.
Can't talk about the birds and the bees? Betsy Brown Braun, author of "Just Tell Me What to Say," gives you the matter-of-fact ways to talk about sex.
The time to get your child on board with body care is well before puberty starts.
Take our quiz to find out if it's time to have the "puberty chat" with your kid. And if it is time--have no fear! Our expert advice will make it easier.Take Quiz
Legos and lip gloss. Jungle gyms and Justin Bieber. How to keep your kids from growing up too fast.
Help your child understand that masturbation is private but not shameful. Betsy Brown Braun, author of "Just Tell Me What to Say," shares how you can explain this natural part of growing up.
When and how to have "the talk" has parents confused, which leaves girls ill-equipped to handle the changes coming their way, according to new research.
The latest on early puberty and how to help your child through it.
With pornography potentially just a click away from our kids' eyes online, should we explain what it is? And how?
It can be uncomfortable talking about the changes your child's body is going through. Betsy Brown Braun, author of "Just Tell Me What to Say," gives tips on how you can avoid an embarrassing dialogue.
At 12, kids want to be just like their friends. What happens when your child's biological clock ticks a bit faster?
Mature one minute, having a meltdown the next. Welcome to the erratic behavior of a pre-tween. Experts demystify this new phase.
Jan Faull, MEd, responds to a parent's concern over her teen daughter's school-year peer-group dread.
No shame and plenty of cake: This mom celebrated her daughter's first period loud and proud with a full-on period party.
Although parents may worry that early signs of puberty in kids as young as 7 or 8 are cause for concern, the AAP says this is not always the case.
Check out this age-based guide to your child's hygiene.
Puberty is hard enough! Here's how moms--and dads!--can make menstruation a lot less scary for their girls.
Parents are increasingly insisting their otherwise healthy kids have hormone-related tests unnecessarily. Experts say to consider these issues in their context.
It's an honest, funny, and unafraid look at a girl's changing body.