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Twice the Advice

Boy crazy: Tips on how to help brothers gets along

Twice the Advice: When sons don’t get along, these sisters have tips on how to promote harmony. Read more…

My son has nightmares every night

Twice the Advice: Parenting advice on everything from helping your child cope with nightmares to encouraging truthful communication. Read more…

When should I feed my baby solid foods?

Twice the Advice: Parenting advice on taking care of babies, discipline, substance abuse and more. Read more…

Mommy, how did you get pregnant?

Twice the Advice: Parenting advice on how to talk to a child about pregnancy, to how to tell a neighbor she is taking advantage of you. Read more…

When your tween wets the bed — and won’t admit it

Twice the Advice: Plus other answers to your parenting questions. Read more…

Helping children cope with the loss of a parent

Twice the Advice: Parenting advice on topics ranging from helping kids manage their grief to how to deal with inebriated or inappropriate teachers. Read more…

At what age can a child be left alone?

Twice the Advice: And other questions answered. Read more…

To breast-feed or not to breast-feed?

Twice the Advice: Parenting advice to help with everything from nursing woes to obesity in the teen years. Read more…

Friend’s son gets on my nerves

Twice the Advice: The Donellis offer advice on problems plaguing parents, including tantrums and bullying. Read more…

Twice the advice

Twice the Advice: Advice columnists weigh in on everything from a son’s lack of interest in sports to a daughter not being invited to prom. Read more…

Twice the Advice

Twice the Advice: Advice columnists weigh in on everything from confronting bad grades to unwanted Valentine’s Day attentions. Read more…

My daughter is gaining weight

Twice the Advice: A dad looks for a tactful way to address his teenage daughter’s caloric intake. Read more…
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