This comment was by Christine Walker on the post “I Don’t Know What It Feels Like to Be a Man, So Show Me”.
Regardless of the circumstances, a move during adolescence can have negative effects on how teens perform in school.
A child is moved from an abusive home to a stable and loving one, only to be taken back again. Unfortunately, this happens all too often.
Mike Berry looks at what you can do when you’re no longer the number one voice your child listens to.
You have the chance to ask anything. What would you say?
It’s important to recognize how being a helicopter parent can backfire. Instead, learn how to protect your rebellious teen.
A few years ago, I discovered that I can beg my kids to learn about something forever, but the most effective method is to simply leave whatever I want them to read laying around.
Everyone has a story. POPS (Pain of the Prison System) is my story.
Dr. Kwame Brown can see the value in learning to cooperate in learning, But he also believes in the value of challenge and noncompliance
Relationship coach Chris Armstrong needs your help.
Enough with the tired gender norms we impose on our teenagers when they begin dating.
If you have a teenager, if you are a teenager or if know a teenager, you need to read this Declaration of Teenage Independence.
Discussions about domestic violence shouldn’t compare men and women’s pain, but rather aim to heal it.
Mike Berry shares a tough parenting moment and the heartbreaking lesson he learned from it.
Jeremy Barnes offers tips for teens (and their parents) to help make the sometimes bumpy years a smoother ride for everyone.
Shawn Henfling believes that experience is lifes great educator.