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 children of all ages from bullies at school.
An age-by-age guide to discussing a difficult topic.
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.
Nothing can prepare you for seeing your 5-year-old become a victim of girl bullying — not even your own childhood.
Start talking to your kid about smoking now and she'll be less tempted to try it later.
Encourage your kid to stick up for what he likes rather than following the crowd.
Some children participate in hurtful behavior over texting, social media websites, email, and other digital platforms. Here, an internet safety expert reveals the facts about cyberbullying and shares ways to stop the harassment.
Parents, children, and school administrators can take steps to stop cyberbullying before it starts or becomes worse. Here are practical steps to prevent cyberbullying.
Children who are excluded by their peers may suffer academically.
Ecstasy and pot use may be down among today's teens, but they're more likely to abuse family medicine cabinet drugs, a new study reports.