Focusing on our children's strengths helps counter the message that there is something wrong or lacking in them.
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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.
Building an identity and sense of meaning are important when your child has developmental differences.
A Q&A with researcher Marc Brackett about how to cultivate emotional intelligence in ourselves and our kids.
Parents can help their kids be open-minded, mindful of their strengths and weaknesses, and considerate of others.
Christine Carter offers some advice to a mom who feels like her son outgrew her.
Influencing teens to make healthy choices is a tricky task.