Does your child worry about the simplest of things? Does he or she get upset easily? Do they seem to have empathy beyond their young years? Chances are you have a sensitive little soul on your hands.
Kimberley O'Brien tells you how you can help kids rule out the negatives life throws at them and find the positive influences they need to function better each day.
I am the father of four very patient teenagers, two still living at home. They indulge my stream of dad jokes with a wry, sympathetic smile.
Average is what most of us really are, if we're honest with ourselves. And there's nothing wrong with that.
No parent wants their child hurt, anywhere, anytime! However this fear may be negating our children's capacity to grow brave and resilient.
New research indicates emotional eating might be a result of parenting.
Swinging isn't just fun - it might just teach our kids how to get along, too.
Just when you thought it was totally safe to let your kids on social media (just kidding, nobody really thinks that), here comes another warning of ways creeps will try to contact our kids.
Kids don't like telling adults when they're being bullied.
We spend a lot of time policing the way our daughters behave. It's time to focus on sons, writes Jenna Price.
This sex education book definitely gives parents a chuckle or two.
Three things that worry nine-year-old Arielle Cochrane are wars, poverty – and bees.
To give kids the best shot for happy sexual lives as adults, there are ways to consciously rear them with healthy attitudes toward sex.