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Early Teen

If we can manage our own emotions, extend respect, offer appropriate freedom, and maintain intimacy and communication with our teen, they can truly blossom.

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Talking To Kids About Sex

Parents can help children develop a positive view of sex and their own bodies, learn what behaviors are socially appropriate, and learn respect for others' bodies.

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Helping Your Child Adjust to Middle School

Parenting in the middle school years is more coaching and less direct advocacy. Here are top tips to make the transition to middle school easier for both of you.

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Want your child to talk to you? Become a brilliant listener!

Parents often ask what they can say to get their child talking. The secret isn't about what you say. It's about how you listen.

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15 Ways to Raise a Child with Great Values

Regardless of what you consciously teach them, your children will emerge from childhood with clear views on what their parents really value by watching you.

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Secrets to Raise a Creative Child

Here’s how to help your child gain the concentration, competence, perseverance, and optimism necessary to succeed in creative pursuits.

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255 Conversation Starters for Family Discussions

Parents often say they don’t know where to begin to have a “real” conversation with their child. These questions will get you started in conversation.

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Can Your Child Trust You?

Kids don't just say things like "I'm considering cheating on the test" or "I'm bulimic." Parents have to earn that kind of trust. And here's how.

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How to Turn Tough Conversations Into Learning Opportunities

Starting out on the offensive will only slam the doors of communication. If you can control your emotions and keep things safe, your child may start sharing.

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Secrets of Closer Communication

Want your kids to tell you what's going on in their lives? Start by making these eight commitments.