How to Handle a Chatty Kid Without Feeling Like a Mean Parent When You Want Them to be Quiet
Far from being mean, helping your child curb their excessive talking is part of preparing them for the world, where nobody will listen to a nonstop talker! Parents.com's Ask Your Mom advice columnist, Emily Edlynn, Ph.D., shares strategies to help quiet the chatter.Read More
This Is What Phone Addiction Looks Like for Teens and How Parents Can Help
In this week's 'Teen Talk' column, an 18-year-old reflects on how teens rely heavily on technology, especially now, and what happens when parents take their phones away.Read More
How Do I Help My Child Cope With Separation Anxiety?
As normal as separation anxiety is in young children, it's painful for parent and child to experience. Parents.com's Ask Your Mom advice columnist, Emily Edlynn, Ph.D., shares strategies that can help ease the anxiety.Read More
Why I Ask My Kids Who They Want to Be When They Grow Up Rather Than What They Want to Do
When I found out my 10-year-old was secretly stressing about her chances of getting into college, I realized I needed to teach my kids a different way of thinking.Read More