Sharni Brodesky, M.Sc. Med. shares her insights on how, we as parents, can "fess up" to what our children see to keep them on the right track.
Teenage-hood is the beginning of the process of letting go of your child as they become adults. It doesn’t help that being a teenager means having more than one biological screw loose. How do you best rise to this challenge?
You’re probably handling each conflict with your teen reasonably well, but those fights need to be offset by positive moments. Learn the science how.
Teens have a knack for instantaneously inducing insanity in the adults around them. So, how do you, as a parent, not just survive this but actually help your once-upon-a-time sane child as well?
Dads, want to increase your child's emotional stability, life success, social intelligence, gentleness, and empathy? Here's the surprising research on rough-and-tumble play.
Parents are hit with the news message, “Watch out! The world's dangerous!” and pass this on to their kids. How can we help our kids grow up without fear?
The number of people diagnosed with ADHD is increasing every year. So are the serious side effects of Adderall and Ritalin. Has your child been misdiagnosed?
Fighting with your spouse? Protecting your kids from the negative fallout is easier than you think. Here's how.
What my clinically depressed PE coach and endless laps around the gym taught me about how to avoid becoming a failure at life.
Sometimes kids need discipline, but a lot of behavior issues are just developmental. Knowing the difference saves you and your kids a lot of pain and heartache.