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What causes defiance in children and what can be done about it? One expert weighs in.
Here are some expert tips for helping your child overcome debilitating emotions and enjoy a positive back to school start.
Special needs advocates weigh in on the growing trend of including kids with disabilities in the regular classroom.
In the past  25 years, the number of children labeled as 'learning disabled' has jumped by over 150 percent. What gives?
Whatever a child's fears, parents can use this four-step process to help pave the way into the school year.
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.
Is fear of the boogey man keeping your child up at night? Here are some tips for soothing his fears and nightmares, and ensuring a good night's sleep.
The last day of school is almost universally seen as a day of celebration, but underlying the jubilation there can be loneliness and a sense of anxiety.
Is your child shy?  Could your pushing be causing him anxiety and to withdraw even more?  Practical parenting tips on helping your shy child.
Introverts are people who prefer to be alone, rather than surrounded by friends. Here's what parents of introverted children need to know.
Does your child have obsessive-compulsive disorder? Here's what you need to know about OCD in children.
Dyslexia is one of the most commonly misdiagnosed learning issues for school-age children. But the earlier it's diagnosed, the better. Here's what to look for:
Here is a checklist to help you determine if your child has sensory processing disorder.
Here are some techniques for helping your child overcome homework anxiety.
ADHD doesn't have to spell doom for your child. Here are four main ways to steer him in the right direction.
Here's a guide to helping your hyperactive child using sensory integration therapy.
A child with a disability is more likely to be bullied than his typically developing peers. Here are parenting tips from a special needs teacher of 20 years.
The only thing more painful than not getting asked to prom? Watching your daughter sit home dateless when she'd rather be the belle of the ball.
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