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Believe it or not, there are parents whose kids and teens talk to them, and even ask their advice! Find out how you could be one of those parents.

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Catch Your Child Doing Something Right

Every time you appreciate your child, every time you love something about him, you are giving him the clear message: More of this, please.

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When Your Child is Anxious About Back-To-School

Practical tips to settle your child's worries and help them start school with confidence. Help your child relieve back to school anxiety.

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An age by age guide to talking with children about race

Talking with children about race can be challenging. But it's better to have ongoing age-appropriate discussions with them than not. Here's how, at every age.

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Stop, Drop, and Listen

A loud voice is a red flag that your child needs your help. Next time your child signals distress by raising her voice, try listening to their concern first.

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Helping Siblings Communicate Instead of Fight

Research shows that when we let siblings "work it out" without guidance, the more powerful child wins, which reinforces bullying behavior. There's a better way.

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How to Help Each Child with Big Emotions

The hardest part of having more than one child is those times when they both need you at once. After all, your love may be unlimited, but you only have...

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The Cure for Whining

Whining is a symptom of a deeper issue. So if you want to eliminate whining, you have to address what's underneath.

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How to Get Your Child to LISTEN!

One of the most common questions from parents is how can I get my kid to LISTEN to me? Here's how to get your child to take in what you...

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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.