Like it or not, your teen WILL start dating or develop romantic interests at some point. How do you teach them what healthy relationships look like — and what the red flags are?
Most people drink alcohol, and your teens are likely to as well, at least in the future. What should you teach them about responsible social drinking, and how?
The safety of our kids should be the number one priority when it comes to the teething process. As well as with everything else, there’s the other side of the coin — those who want to calm the child no matter what. Here is a list of painkillers to avoid.
Teething is a natural process and therefore should be treated as naturally as possible, but if you suspect your baby is in pain, some painkillers are safe to use, preferably under your doctor’s supervision.
For "how not to parent 101", just refer to laptop dad, the guy who shot his daughter's computer on YouTube. Good parenting connects, rather than tears apart. What shouldn't you do while raising a teenager?
Teens' peer groups are pretty much all-powerful, and there's nothing you can do about it — or is there? And is peer influence all bad for teenagers?
Has your teen turned into an unrecognizable monster? It may not be part and parcel of adolescence, but caused by sleep deprivation!
Are the teen years really some kind of "parental purgatory" that you just have to live through, or is it possible to have a respectful and open relationship with your teen? Communication style may be key.
Teething can be uncomfortable, but it shouldn't bring serious health complications. There’s no scientific evidence that fever, severe diarrhea, or a runny nose are directly related to teething, and if these symptoms persist, seek medical advice.
Teething can cause many ailments for our youngest, from mild issues such as irritability and interrupted sleep, to severe mouth pain. Teething can also be a cause for skin rash — under the diaper, as well as around the mouth.