In a series of polls, parents of children who have best friends reported that their kids were less stressed and less likely to be teased or bullied.
The holiday season is near, and for a lot of kids that means lots of presents, which can sometimes get out of hand.
Experts say it’s important to remind your child that just because they’re with friends doesn’t mean their safe. They should never go with anywhere with a stranger even if armed with friends.
A brutal attack on a woman in her own home in Millburn, N.J., raises the question of what parents should say to their children when a stranger becomes dangerous. A parenting expert weighed in with some answers.
One mother’s unconventional form of discipline is sparking a debate. How far is too far when it comes to punishing your child, particularly, in public? Dynesha Lax said what she did was a last resort.
Parents behaving badly at their kids’ games is nothing new. Coaches, referees and even other parents can be the target of irate dads and moms, upset that their children have been benched or been the victim of a bad call.
While Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is emphasizing that the death of Leiby Kletzky is very rare, it has many parents asking what they can do to keep their children safe.