Learn what you need to know to spot these typical teen problems and how to steer kids in the right direction. Our pros provide plenty of lessons to get it right.
Mean kids aren't just a middle-school problem. The trouble has trickled to the youngest grades. Learn how to spot it--and how to protect your child.
Welcome to the Age of Insolence. Find out how to rein in back talk at every age.
Identify which kind of bullying your child may be experiencing.
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.
A mom and her daughter are taking a stand against a viscous Snapchat bullying trend where kids compete to say the meanest thing about a chosen victim.
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 eraser challenge is making the rounds in middle schools again, and it's leaving kids with serious burns and sometimes permanent scars.
If your child is being bullied, here's how to help him handle the situation.
Standing "O" of the day goes to this Arizona dad who really, truly gets it when it comes to helping, well, basically everyone cope with bullying.
The ability for your teen to send you a discreet message can be the difference between your kid laughing with you at the dinner table or spending six months in a recovery center.
Kids can be bullies. Share these strategies to help your child deal with mean kids.
Here's what to do if your kid turns out to be the bully at school.
Nothing can prepare you for seeing your 5-year-old become a victim of kid cruelty -- not even your own childhood.
Parents, children, and school administrators can take steps to prevent cyberbullying before it starts or becomes worse. Here are practical steps to stop cyberbullying.
An age-by-age guide to discussing a difficult topic.
Encourage your kid to stick up for what he likes rather than following the crowd.
While about 75 percent of kids know about this game, only 25 percent of parents do.
Kids using social media is fairly inevitable but even just one hour online can make kids less content with their lives.
An expert answers moms' questions about school bullies.
Why should you talk to your kids? Betsy Brown Braun, author of "Just Tell Me What to Say," explains why a back-and-forth dialogue is a great way to build trust.
For young kids, death can be a difficult thing to understand. Betsy Brown Braun, author of "Just Tell Me What to Say," shares what you can say to ease your child's mind.
She was happy her teen got home safely, and hopes she learned an important lesson.
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