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How to communicate with your middle school aged child. What tweens think about and how it's best to speak to them.
Dress up is an essential part your child's development - find the right items for an instant wardrobe!
Are you troubled by your child's omnipresent invisible companion?  Rest assured, experts agree imaginary friends are a normal, healthy part of childhood.
Expert advice from a school psychologist on understanding your adolescent child.
In an age where preschool admission is competitive and eighth graders worry about padding their college resumes, creativity tends to get short shrift.
Books can serve as non-judgmental and informative friends to our worried teenagers.
The guest editors of's Special Edition on bullying answer some questions about bullying.
What does your little one dream of becoming?  A cowboy?  A ballerina?  What do these 'when I grow up' fantasies mean?
The ancient practice of martial arts is no passing trend. And it can do wonders for children - not just physically, but mentally as well.
A new trend in teenage sleepovers is causing parents to wonder when this rite of passage became a matter of right or wrong. The issue? Coed slumber parties.
Kids in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community are too often the victims of harassment. Find out how you can help stop LGBTQ bullying.
How can parents encourage independence and help tweens cope with middle school? The answer may be as simple as giving them a good book.
Media reportage of school violence can cause stress and trauma, especially in younger children. So how can parents help their children cope with the news?
The life of a teenager is full of tough issues and life-changing decisions. As a parent, you are responsible to help them learn to be successful.
Today's teenagers are trying on new identities in some visually extreme ways that make some parents nervous. Should they really worry?
Should you let your kid light a fire? Play with knives? Dismantle your appliances? Gever Tulley of the summer program The Tinkering School, says yes.
Preschoolers tend to play with the same-sex children. This is because of gender segregation.  Discusses reasons for gender segregation and its effects.
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