Have you ever been bullied before? If so, you're not alone. There are many kids including me who are getting bullied or have gotten bullied either in person or online. If you are being bullied in person, there are some things you can do:
We all know that kids need to be spending time outside working up a sweat and building strong muscles. But they also need plenty of down time. And what better way to relax than by creating art? Here are some truly outstanding ways you and your kids can flex your creativity muscles together.
Batman has been hard to miss these last few years, appearing not only in comics but in popular movies and games. One of the most successful interactive options in recent years was "Batman: The Telltale Series," which presented an episodic series of adventures depicting Bruce Wayne's adventures in and out of the famous suit.
Q: My ex was a stay at home mom and rarely went out. We break-up and all of a sudden she's partying and not coming home until late. My kids, age 15 and 16, complain that their mother is never home and I'm wondering if I should file for full custody. What's good ex-etiquette?
Dear Mr. Dad: My 13-month old says only two words: dada and mama. My best friend's son is two months younger and she's constantly bragging about how many words he knows. She's got me worried that there's something wrong with my baby. Do all kids start talking about the same age? Either way, what can I do to increase my baby's vocabulary.
As anyone with a working ear and a pair of eyes knows, the Trump White House has not been having a good week – or month. Some might say his entire term has heretofore been haunted by missteps, embarrassing tweets and the ever-present specter of scandal.
The trailer for the new Netflix movie "To The Bone" has generated concern among some mental health professionals that viewing the movie (released July 14) may trigger vulnerable kids to imitate anorexic behaviors.
Even though she became a widow young, Cynthia Gross said she gave her daughter, now grown, everything she wanted, from dance and piano lessons to family vacations at Disneyland. Together with Gross' son, they had a happy little family. That is, until her daughter got married.
Whether through social media updates, private online groups, or just texting your little camper, keeping tabs on your kid while they're away at camp is irresistible. How many of us have scoured a camp's website for glimpses of our kid having fun, hints of whether or not they look happy, or clues to how many friends they have? Sure, you can do it – but should you?
A new app called Peanut is being hailed as a "Tinder for moms" – women who create a free profile can "swipe" to "wave" and connect with other moms with similar interests for friendship or even playdates with their children.