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.
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A new study finds teens who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to use alcohol or drugs, or get in fights. Here are practical tips for encouraging your teen to get more shut-eye.
Spanking has been linked to behavioral and emotional problems in kids — and it doesn’t work as a disciplinary technique, according to new recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Here are some disciplinary tactics that do work.
Children need guidance. But too much can also spell trouble. Pediatric psychologist Vanessa Jensen, PsyD, explains why helicopter parenting actually backfires — and offers tips for developing the best parenting style for your child.
If your PSA is high, would you tell your son? Not if you’re like most American dads, a Cleveland Clinic survey finds. But modeling and discussing healthy behaviors will help your son. Have a medical condition? MENtion it.