How to Talk to Teens About Current Events
In this week's 'Teen Talk' column, a young adult shares how parents talk to teens about current events, keeping in mind that many teens might use social media differently than their parents.
The Empowering Way Black Moms Are Celebrating Their Daughters' First Periods
Black girls tend to menstruate earlier than girls of other races—and parents are stepping up to welcome them into womanhood with educational (and fun!) "first moon parties."
How Parents Can Change Their Parenting Style When Kids Enter the Teen Years
Finding the right balance of independence and boundaries has to change when kids become teenagers. In this week's 'Teen Talk," a young adult shares her insight into how parents can allow teens to find their own way.
Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors: The Tell-Tale Signs Your Child Could be Too Stressed
Experts say three specific body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) can be more common in teens, especially now. Fortunately, there are ways to spot and manage them.
11-Year-Old Dresses as Kamala Harris — and the VP Hopeful Responds: 'She Has My Vote'
Celeste Lewis dressed as Sen. Kamala Harris and addressed a faux press pool while her mom filmed.
Here's What Teen Depression Looks like (Spoiler: It May Not Be What You Think)
Depression can feel both confusing and insurmountable. In this week's Teen Talk, a teen with depression shares what their experience is like and an expert weighs in on how parents can play a big role in helping them through it with education and support.