The safest way for kids to return to sports this summer is for them to do skill-building exercises or conditioning at home. But if you are thinking about having them return to team sports, here’s what to consider.
Spending extended time with your kids can make your head spin — especially if you’re juggling work and other commitments. Try these 8 steps to stay calm.
Staying in a routine can help teens establish some predictability and a sense of control in this uncertain time. Here’s how parents can help them establish a good one.
Kids are stuck at home with no school? A pediatric psychologist offers 12 screen-free options to keep them busy, without being bored!
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Whether it happens on the rock wall or the swing, find out what Cleveland Clinic Children’s pediatricians recommend when your child gets hurt on the playground.
You’ve got this parenting thing down — but have you forgotten yourself in the process? A psychologist explains little ways to regain your sense of self after having kids.
Making time for self-care is hard for parents. But taking care of yourself is as good for your family as it is for you. These six doable self-care tips to get you started.
Our pediatric psychiatrist offers tips for being a good role model and helping your child get the most out of playing sports.
You take care of your kids, spouse, parents, BFFs ― even your pets ― before taking care of yourself. Let this serve as a friendly reminder to STOP! Put yourself first.
As a parent, it can feel like you are never alone. For many people, that lack of alone time is a major shock to the system. These tips will help you navigate this intense stage of life.