The transition of your baby-faced angelic son into a teenager can be a challenging time, especially when you’ve never had to deal with the hormones that can descend upon your home like a cyclone.
Are you worried about knowing how to tell when your sweet fairy-loving princess reaches puberty? Are you having trouble finding out because said ‘princess’ is locked up in her room?
Young girls are asking for surgery to make their vaginas look like their Barbie dolls.
The women behind Real Talk believe the shared experiences of peers will be more relatable to teens than the sex education they receive in school.
When I was about nineteen I remember an older friend telling me about young her son picking up a tampon that fell from her handbag.
I'm concerned about the over-critical eye that girls can bring to their own visage.
One mum is refusing to teach her six daughters to dress modestly, instead focusing teaching them body positivity and self respect.
Is it a mother's responsibility? Absolutely, says Kerri Sackville.
There's a big difference between "groovy, baby" and "NIFOC", which translates as "Nude in front of the computer".
Our generation certainly isn't one homogenous mass, so our kids' generation isn't either. So who are these different types of teenagers?
Good parenting isn't always about talking everything through, this mother found out.
Will our tears wash away the internet? No. So - onward, with this handy Modern Parents' Guide to Modern Sex Education.
I recently sat down to watch Mamma Mia! with my 12 year old daughter. A perfect family movie for a Sunday afternoon, or so I thought. And, not to mention, a brilliant introduction for a young woman to start to appreciate the body of work of Meryl Streep.