Game Boy, XBox, PlayStation and your personal computer – All offer electronic stimulus in the form of video games. Is it all bad?
It’s a given that what all teens want is a little space. But just make sure the “space” they’re creating is safe.
What do teens REALLY do in their spare time?
Communicating with your ‘tween may be a notebook away.
Kids want cell phones! The lure of unlimited text messaging, stylish faceplates and even built-in radios is immense. But should your child have one?
There are many things to consider before letting your child get behind the wheel. While early driving practice tends to follow the same tactics our parents used, that’s where any similarity ends.
Parenting a teen can be difficult no matter what. When doing it solo, retain your sense of humor and set boundaries.
“First-love” emotions are intense to preteens. Parents should step back, remember how it felt and actively listen to their child’s feelings.
An open, non-judgemental relationship with your child is the key to his healthy relationships with the opposite sex.
Has the Internet Made Cheating Too Easy for Kids?