Focusing on our children's strengths helps counter the message that there is something wrong or lacking in them.
A new study finds that kids who paint, draw, play music, or read more often feel better about themselves.
A new study explores the factors that may promote stronger executive function in highly disadvantaged preschoolers.
This month, think about forgiveness and find silver linings.
Building an identity and sense of meaning are important when your child has developmental differences.
Do you fixate on what's going wrong in your life? Poet and "recovering pessimist" Maggie Smith practices looking on the bright side.
Parents can encourage their kids to practice kindness and caring toward themselves and others
Modern "rites of passage" can help teens prepare for an uncertain future.
A new book argues that we are hurting boys by not helping them value their emotions and their social connections.
Palliative care specialist BJ Miller and Shoshana Berger explain how to bring more meaning and less suffering to the end of life.
A Q&A with researcher Marc Brackett about how to cultivate emotional intelligence in ourselves and our kids.
Loving bonds between parents and kids can help kids grow into compassionate adults.
Find gratitude & teach your kids resilience this month.
Christine Carter offers some advice to a mom who feels like her son outgrew her.