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Helping kids give instead of receieve

Parents Helping Parents: How to tell your children the family is paring down the holidays to help others. Read more…

Getting to the underlying issues of ‘you don’t love me!’

Parents Helping Parents: Dramatic statements are not uncommon for little ones to say when they’re upset. The trick is getting to the underlying issues. Read more…

Easing fears of going from preschool to kindergarten

Parents Helping Parents: Going from preschool to kindergarten can be scary for young children — and a lot of work for parents. Read more…

Fostering twins’ individuality

Parents Helping Parents: Strong, close relationships that twins often form are great, but it can help your child in the long run if you encourage individual friendships and interests now. Read more…

Helping your teen overcome an eating disorder

Parents Helping Parents: If you suspect your child has an eating disorder, the first step to help is to provide quick, calm and nonjudgemental support. Read more…

Can our 8-year-old handle a cellphone?

Parents Helping Parents: The “other kids have them” argument is easier to have when parents know that their child is not the only one with restrictions. Read more…

Is home-schooling right for my kids?

Parents Helping Parents: Are home-schooled children missing out on opportunities to develop their social skills? Read more…

What to do when your child is being bullied

Parents Helping Parents: It’s important for parents to play a role in the resolution of bullying. Read more…

My kid loves junk food!

Parents Helping Parents: Tips on teaching your child to enjoy eating healthy foods. Read more…

I want another baby, my husband says ‘no’

Parents Helping Parents: Is it a good idea for parents of a large, blended family to add another child to the mix? Read more…

Advice for addressing sexuality with an 11 year old

Parents Helping Parents: When’s the right time to start a discussion about sexuality with a child? Read more…

How to talk to an upset teen

Parents Helping Parents: A 13-year-old who curses could be hiding problems that are really bothering him. How do you get him to open up? Read more…
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