Changes in your tween — sometimes unpleasant — are to be expected; but some can indicate a problem beyond typical growing pains. Here's how to know the difference.
Recognize the right time to take a step back, breathe, and allow your preteen to make her own decisions.
How does your child's school compare?
Reading lists: Expand the literary horizons of your book-lover with great reading lists.
Is your child tuning you out? Avoid discipline problems by tweaking old tactics to fit new circumstances.
Use stories to stay connected even as kids become independent readers.
A messy bedroom can be a sign of growing up.
What kids see, hear, and play shapes their development. Here's what you can do to set healthy limits.
Refusing to give in to peer pressure will help your child in the long run.
Learn about the many causes of inattentive behavior.