When your first child has a learning disorder, you may not realize it until you have another child to compare him to.
Children are born kind, but they face all kinds of social challenges growing up. Lead them by example through compassion.
Divorce is traumatic for the family, yes. But there are times when it is the right thing to do for the sake of the kids.
Maybe you’ve seen them … the parents camped out in front of the school? They’re there because they’re trying to ensure a spot at the school for their child, but things are about to change.
You, your child and his online teachers form a rigorous — yet flexible — partnership when you decide to sign on for online education for your child.
OH, THE IRONY OF IT ALL! She’s quiet and shy, but once she gets on that stage, her timidity — POOF! — disappears.
Talk of free-range kids is in the news — how much independence is your child really ready to handle, and how willing are you to grant it?
Players, parents and coaches share their thoughts on what to look for in a great coach in youth sports … because it’s what they want and need.
In the age of technology everywhere, it’s important to remember that REAL play is critical to your child’s development.
What happens when your phone seems more important than your child? Don’t let a parent-child disconnect ruin your relationship with your kids.