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Conflict resolution is an important life skill that children need to get a handle on. How can parents encourage conflict resolution skills in their child?
Siblings of special needs kids don't have to feel left out. You can help.
Here are some steps you can take to smooth the way towards creating a blended family.
Fathers deserve a little attention this Father's Day. Here are a few ideas.
The petty back-and-forth between your kids is making you crazy. Can't we all just get along? Here's how.
For some children, the holidays are one the most difficult times of the year. Figuring out if your kids are hiding depression can be difficult but important.
Bridging the gap between children and their grandparents (or vice versa) is a two-way street, with one obstacle - the generation that is in the middle.
What are co-parenting classes all about, and should divorced parents be mandated to attend them?
Kids really do thrive when grandparents are involved in their lives. Ways to involve grandparents in parenting and how they can help with child development.
Regardless of which parent it falls to to explain relationships and sex to your son, it's an important discussion to have that will benefit your family for years to come.
Whether you're shopping for your mom, your grandmother, or the mother of your children, there's no reason to settle for anything less than special.
If you have more than one child, you probably know that sibling rivalry goes with the territory. Here's some advice on limiting the 'compare' factor.
Here are some tips for helping your kids through divorce.
Recent research has found that parental divorce has a negative effect on children. These guidelines emphasize the importance of how parents should handle the
Research shows that familial conflict has negative effects on children. Here are some ways to avoid letting a bad day carry over to your child's development.
Ditch the boring card idea, this year it's all about sending mom on a wild (and fun) goose chase to find all her gifts.
Research shows that there aren't as many rebellious teenagers as parents believe there are. Here are some ways to improve your relationship with your teen.
Discusses a variety of environmental variables that place young children at risk for antisocial behavior including poverty, parental unemployment, and more.
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