Help your kid learn to take responsibility for their actions with these helpful ideas from the pros. Plus: What you need to know about helping your child become socially responsible, too.
Your child is more capable than you realize. Even your preschooler can begin to learn these essential life lessons.
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It may be hard to hear, but there are times when your child is better off without you.
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Blue or red? Vanilla or strawberry? Movie or book? Help your kid be confident in her decisions.
She was happy her teen got home safely, and hopes she learned an important lesson.
Discover the secret to getting your kid to set the table or tidy her room without being constantly on her case about it.
It's never too early to encourage polite behavior. See age-appropriate tips for teaching your tot proper manners.
Help your child choose a specific, achievable resolution to set him up for success in the New Year.
Do your kids have bad table manners? Help your kids learn how to behave at mealtime.
Don't just force her to apologize. Teach her how to mean it.
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A proposed bill in Illinois would let 18- to 20-year-olds drink beer and wine in restaurants with their parents' permission.
Does your child know what to say when she answers the phone? Get tips on teaching her to answer politely and effectively.
Are your kids begging for a few bucks after finishing chores? See what our expert says about making allowance contingent on chores.
Don't expect your child to truly learn how democracy works at school. It's your job to make politics personal.
New Year's resolutions aren't just for adults! Here are simple and practical ways to help your growing kids make New Year's resolutions.
Setting the table is a great way for your child to help out before mealtime. Teach her how with this easy-to-follow video.
Your child is eager for more freedom, but should you give it to her? Experts help you make the call.
My 6-year-old daughter taught me a lesson about bravery--and stepping up.
At 6, many kids are still dressed by their parents. At what point should you encourage your child to tie her shoes and button her shirt independently?
A privacy law expert translated complicated legal lingo into language that allows kids to understand what they're signing up for on social media sites.
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