Just as your children grow and change, so do their fears. Monsters under the bed, thunderstorms or loud noises probably no longer cause your child to need your reassuring words and hugs.
Could a child who lacks focus in school be having ADHD?
How do you help your child through divorce especially when he keeps asking why mummy and daddy don't live together?
What is the significance of the father-daughter and mother-son relationship? How is it different from the father-son and mother-daughter relationship?
Every grandparent may occasionally have a tendency to overindulge his or her grandchildren. The problem, of course, is that they're usually not around to bear the brunt of the problems created by such indulgence.
One of the best ways you can counter a child's ungrateful and self-centred mentality is by modelling a grateful and selfless attitude yourself.
Parents should take steps to ensure the identity of all their children but especially the child in the middle.
“Making memories” is one way to maximise even the humblest effort to create a lasting sense of common identity and shared family heritage among the members of your household.
Dr James Dobson shares his thoughts on dealing with children who tell lies.
How can parents find more hours in a day to spend with the children? Is it all about quality time or is quantity important, too?