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Abuse Comes in Many Forms

September 30, 2011 Emotional and verbal abuse are insidious in our culture. more »»

Cultivating an Attitude of Gratitude

September 16, 2011 EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was published as the School Bells column in the print editions of The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register newspapers on Sept. 16. more »»

Adventures in Grandparenting

September 8, 2011 In honor of Grandparents Day, which is Sept. more »»

Six Back-to-School Tips for Parents Of Dyslexic Children

September 8, 2011 School can be especially hard on children with learning disabilities, and the closer the first day of school gets, anxiety can buil. more »»

Discovery is parents' first move in childhood depression battle

August 26, 2011 If you found your child’s diary, would you read it? Marie’s mother did, and it saved Marie’s life. Fifteen Tylenol tablets was the only escape from the pain sixth-grader Marie could think of. more »»

Mom Confessions survey reveals facts most moms wouldn't share on the field trip

August 10, 2011, the online home of America's No. 1 morning program, and, the website of Parenting and Babytalk magazines, today released the results of a joint "Mom Confessions" surve. more »»

Time to ground helicopter parents

July 22, 2011 At a dinner party recently, the discussion turned to the subject of overparenting. more »»

Be Prepared for Fire

July 7, 2011 About 3,500 Americans die each year and 18,300 are injured by fire, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. more »»

When Gaming Takes Over: How to Win Your Kids Back

July 7, 2011 Scott Rigby is a former video game creator who teamed up with psychologist Richard Ryan to write the eye-opening “Glued to Games: How Video Games Draw Us In and Hold Us Spellbound” (February 2011). more »»

Sylvan Offer Summer Reading List

July 7, 2011 To encourage learning in the summer months, Sylvan Learning, a national tutoring provider, is offering a suggested reading list to help parents find the right book for their child’s summer reading... more »»

A Mother's Request to Daughter's Future Teachers

June 6, 2011 Editor's Note: This article was published originally in The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register, in the School Bells column, on Friday, June 3. more »»

10 Recommendations for Fathers

May 23, 2011 Kevin Renner woke up on a Monday with one glaring realization: He didn’t know his daughters very well, and, at ages 9 and 13, they would be off to high school, to college, to their own lives within ... more »»

Engineer Your Own Mother's Day Breakfast in Bed — Egg in the Hole

May 3, 2011 While it’s true it’s the thought that counts, when it comes to Mother’s Day, sometimes getting that thought into action takes a bit of persuasio. more »»

Children's Etiquette Lessons

April 20, 2011 In today’s world, parents are busier than ever before. Many wait, thinking that they’ll teach their children crucial etiquette skills when they get older. more »»

Earth Day lessons from Sid the Science Kid

April 20, 2011 With Earth Day coming up April 23, you might want to get your children involved in an eco-friendly project. more »»

Putting Your Finger on Feelings

April 4, 2011 One of the common characteristics of children on the autism spectrum is their difficulty recognizing facial expressions and their corresponding emotions. more »»

Egg Hunt Etiquette

April 4, 2011 If you plan on taking your children to a community Easter egg hunt this month, keep these tips in mind so you don’t end up with egg on your face: ? Most hunts are divided into categories... more »»

What's On — April 2011

April 4, 2011 WORD GIRL “Earth Day Girl” — In this Earth Day episode from Scholastic’s wordy super-heroine, when the villainous (and very large) Birthday Girl learns that planet Earth is having a... more »»

Advice From a Young Online Sexual Abuse Victim

March 7, 2011 When Alicia was 13, she became online friends with a man she didn’t know. more »»

Five Tips for Disciplining With Love

March 7, 2011 1. Show respect — even when disciplining — and focus on the behavior, not the child. 2. Avoid physical punishment. It teaches children that violence is OK. 3. more »»



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