Allison Slater Tate regrets giving her children cellphones, but not for the reasons you'd think.
Meghan Leahy gives advice to a mother whose son is obsessed with fears about death.
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Suzanne Nelson has an anxious son. So, she came up with a list to give him the skills to find healthier ways to cope.
Businesswoman and socialite Goga Ashkenazi has a simple solution to working mom blues: leave the kids behind.
Single mom Sara Ackerman says Mother's Day is actually for wives. And she's okay with that.
According to British TV presenter Ben Fogle, Lego is a Bad Thing. Not so, says Renee Moodie.
Some simple DIY ideas to celebrate this Mother's Day.
Helen Grange looks at a new book that tells you how to navigate one of the hardest conversations you'll ever have with your children.
At 13, they just don't want you any more, however many one-to-one mommy hours you have logged up until then.
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Nevin Martell is white. His wife is Ghanaian. Their child is golden brown. Why is that a problem?
Psychologist Nicola Dawson looks at how culture and context affect the ways in which people bring up children.