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if(typeof ...It is clear that what your son needs and deserves is to have the unified support of his loved ones to help him through his grief.
Dear AdviceMama, What do you do when your child is being bullied by a group of children at school? I went to the vice principal, the counselor and ...As a parent, our instinct is to protect our children. When your daughter was being bullied, you tried to make it stop, and when it didn't, you did what you felt was necessary to keep her safe.
Dear AdviceMama, I have five children under the age of 9, and on Saturdays, when my husband is working, we are stuck in the house because of ...A mother once told me that when her kids complained that they were bored, she would respond by saying, "Do I look like an entertainment center to you?"
Dear AdviceMama, My daughter has two boys, ages 6 and 4, who are sweet but quarrelsome, especially the 4-year-old. He has a strong personality and ...Parents who tremble at the prospect of their youngster becoming upset end up resorting to reasoning -- or giving in -- to escape the temper tantrum drama.
Family Meal New Year's Resolution: Laurie David, Susan Stiffelman Share Dinner Table Conversation TipsHere's a New Year's resolution idea: How about you try to get the family together around the table for dinner more often? Not only is it an ...Here's a New Year's resolution idea: How about you try to get the family together around the table for dinner more often?
Dear AdviceMama, I'm an old dad (late 50s). My 11-year-old daughter loves sleepovers, both at our house and her friends'. However, I have an issue ...Would you let your child spend the night at this mom's house?
When my son was about 8 years old, one of his relatives gave him an Eminem CD. Having seen how intrigued my boy had been by the rapper's music when he ...If you're confident that your relatives have given your child something entirely inappropriate, you have to take a stand.
Dear AdviceMama, I am pregnant with my second child. My son is 13. His father and I are divorced; it was a bad marriage and my son was rejected by ...You cannot force someone to be happy and excited. At best, you might convince your boy to hide his unhappiness, but that is a terrible idea.
We dread it, but every parent knows that the day will eventually come when their child learns that there is no Santa. This discovery brings a double ...As hard as we may try to preserve our child's innocence, we all have to inevitably deal with the mournful moment when our youngster figures out the real deal about Santa.
Dear AdviceMama, My 13-yr-old niece (my sister's daughter) is starting to skip school a lot and make up excuses not to go, or she will call home ...While you may not be able to get through to your sister, you do have a chance to become a safe haven and confidante for your niece, which is the first step toward helping her avoid heading into bigger problems.