My Grandchild Acts Out and I Think Her Mom Is Too Lax With Her. Should I Step In?
What a mother needs most when a young child is misbehaving is compassion and support instead of judgment. Parents.com's Ask Your Mom advice columnist, Emily Edlynn, Ph.D, says to consider how to help instead of looking only at how a child is misbehaving.
4 Little Ways to Build Kids' Social Skills at Home
Kids may be missing out on usual social moments during the pandemic, but there are ways for parents to fill in those gaps at home.
20 Latina Moms on Instagram to Follow Right Now
Whether through their blogging, unique content creations, or entrepreneurial endeavors, these women are making some serious moves while honoring their Hispanic heritage every day with their children. They continuously share their raw stories of motherhood, through honest words and visions of love and even hardship, and through it all, they still deliver the top-notch content.
My Child is Full of Anxiety About Resuming Normal Activities, How Can I Help?
Another side effect of pandemic living, anxiety over activities that used to be normal is an expected response in our children and ourselves as we navigate changing rules. Parents.com's Ask Your Mom advice columnist, Emily Edlynn, Ph.D, says we can help our children cope and get as close to "normal" life as possible.
5 Easy Ways to Be A Better Listener to your Child
We’re all guilty of getting distracted when our kids want to talk to us, but experts say that offering our undivided attention is one of the most important things we can do as parents. Here’s how to shift your mindset so that you can truly tune in.
Should I Let My Teen Travel With Her Boyfriend's Family?
There is no right answer, but you need to consider your comfort level with the family, your teen, and their relationship, says Parents.com's Ask Your Mom advice columnist, Emily Edlynn, Ph.D. She shares what to consider before you let them go.