The "X-plan" is a way parents can help their teen get out of an uncomfortable situation.
Most of us were given a school assignment to interview an older relative so we could get a first-person account of the way things used to be. In lots...
The Healthy Kids Fest on September 18th will be an exciting day of fun, facts, and fitness at the Please Touch Museum.
We’ve asked our Healthy Kids bloggers to offer the best advice for parents to keep in mind as the school year starts.
It's more important than ever to have a serious conversation with your children about hatred, prejudice, stereotypes, and the violence and destruction they cause.
The incident about a toddler falling into a gorilla enclosure has shown how the online world has created a culture of "parent-shaming."
Should we fine parents of bullies? What are some other ways to address the issue?
Are you worried your child wants to quit activities too often? Here are some tips on how to handle it.
Experts weigh in on whether we should ask our kids to say "I'm sorry" when they may not actually feel that way.
Here's what to consider before you decide to leave your child home alone.
Parenting educatior Anita Kulick talks about the importance of teaching manners in everyday life.
With families living farther apart and the loss of close knit neighborhoods, it's more important than ever for parents to reach out to friends for support and help, says parenting educator Anita Kulick.
Kids seem to live carefree lives, but in reality, school and their social lives can create very stressful feelings for them. Here are the signs that your child could be stressed and how you can help.
Don't let summer learning loss happen to your child! Anita Kulick offers ideas and resources on how to keep the learning going all summer with fun activities.