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Participation trophies don't do much for MVPs, but not every kid is a "high scorer."
Stories about black adoptees typically focus on white parents adopting them, so I was pleasantly surprised to see my family reflected back at me on TV—and on a children's show no less.
These parenting strategies may seem counterintuitive, but keeping kids safe is not about sheltering them. Kids need risk and conflict—in kid-sized doses.
Yes, we all know homework is boring, but here are four simple ways you can make it a bit more enjoyable for your student.
If you're searching for discipline help because time-outs just aren't working, here are five expert tips for a more positive approach.
Countless benefits of playing multiple sports are being forgotten in the midst of the specialization craze.
The Zika virus may seem scary, but it doesn't have to ruin your R&R. Here's how to make sure your getaway is a safer one.
When I gave birth to my son, I never thought that I would be raising him with my mother. Although I'm very grateful for her help, some challenges exist.
All parents are up against big challenges, and the parents of a child who misbehaves are often up against a lot more.
Meeting other moms allows me to learn, grow, encourage, and be encouraged. So I'm always on the lookout for these types of mamas.

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