Maybe they'll be more open to opportunity and more courageous from my advice.
People are singing his praises, like he's the master of menstruation. Um, no.
Children with social anxiety are often well-liked by fellow students, a new study of seven to 13-year-olds has shown.
It helps kids cope better with the challenges they'll face in life.
If you have a child at the orchid end of the spectrum, and another at the dandelion end, should you parent them differently?
When children are being clingy, they're communicating their feelings. This is normal and healthy.
From drink spiking to the dangers of sticking to routine, author Dilvin Yasa reveals some of the topics we should be covering with our girls.
Although I am trying to raise my children to believe they can do whatever they want to do in all aspects of their lives, regardless of gender, I'm aware I'm battling myriad messages that bombard them daily.
I step away from the chaos, pull out my phone, and scroll through photos of sweeter moments with my children.
Attention, parental pushovers! If you ever give in to your kids' whining and begging purely to make it stop, you're not alone. You've got Kristen Bell. The actress and mum of two admitted in a recent interview that she is "easily pushed over" when it comes to her kids.
When the rage boils up it's like she has been possessed.
My son says he's already considered that he could become a dad another way, but he knows it won't quite be the same.
The pitfalls of releasing NIDA-trained doves at cake time. Believe it or not, it's a conversation all parents need to have with their children, writes author Dilvin Yasa
I feel almost guilty saying this out loud.
Like most high school students, Glenda DeFabio was excited to graduate from high school this year. However, when she received her year book her photo wasn't in it.
A child taken their first steps is a special moment for any parents- but it was extra sweet for a US family whose five-year-old son took his first steps over the weekend.
The dad is skeptical and might thwart the therapy process, so what's the mum to do?
It starts with recognising your child needs support. Then, you have to prove they are eligible for it. Finally, you have to find the appropriate support. There's help available along the way.
Mary and Neveah Taouk's parents hope that gene therapy can help their daughters, but they need further funding.