Is it possible to raise children without shouting, scolding — or even talking to kids with an angry tone? Last month, we wrote about supermoms up in the Arctic who pulled off this daunting task with ease.
With these classic games and snacks (ice-cream sandwich, anyone?), youngsters won’t be the only ones who want in on the fun. Start with some outdoor games with a (healthy) competitive spirit -- think races
While we're clucking over the college admissions bribery scandal, those of us with children too young to worry about higher education gaze up from our smartphones and remind our tweens and teens that due
"We aren't raising children, we're raising adults," says family therapist, psychotherapist, and author Susan Stiffelman. What we do as parents creates our kids' sense of normal, which ingrains habits behaviors
You want your kids to be successful. Fortunately, there are many roads to success. Oprah Winfrey feels that success requires learning which bridges you should cross and which bridges you should burn. Jobs
Spooky marshmallow eyeballs, pumpkin-faced quesadillas, bloody meringue bones … and more. Dim the lights and cue the spooky music while you and your little ghosts and goblins whip up festive treats just
A 7-year-old is the perfect student but destroys his bedroom and screams at his siblings after school. A 10-year-old snaps at her mother constantly, criticizing just about everything she does. An 8-year-old
(CNN) — Young children inevitably have a lot of runny noses and sore throats, but how they clean their hands could cut back on how often they miss day care, according to a study published Monday in the