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When you parent alone, there is no harness, or that other clip that always has you secured. It’s just you: your patience, dexterity and grit.

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As depression and anxiety skyrocket, communities are scrambling to meet kids’ needs with limited resources. Here are six ways parents and schools can combine forces to tackle the spike in tween suicide.

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Richard Weissbourd of Harvard's Making Caring Common Project hopes the recent college admissions scandal can inspire parents to change.

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More “xennials” are seeking professional help with a very personal choice.

Social media may contribute to depression and suicidal thoughts, a study found.

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I'm caught between parents who expect fast results for their money, and the knowledge that the work needs to come from the students themselves.

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Here’s what parents need to know.

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Three nights a week I had the liberty to make myself a cup of coffee without making one for someone else first.

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Part of the college admissions scandal involved faking learning disabilities to get accommodations on standardized tests. This hurts the people who need those accommodations to be successful.

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It might feel counterintuitive, but parents who want to help teens grow into sexually healthy adults are going to need to step up to the plate.

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Kids who could use a little confidence boost can still have a meaningful time at camp — you just have to find the right one.

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The FBI bribery investigation has shocked many. But school prep experts have seen it all.

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I want her to know I support her, but I’m not sure how.

Parents who do everything raise kids who can't do anything.

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I’m an amateur ringleader at the circus, often clueless about how to tame the lions of bedtime or train the baby elephants to do what I say. But we are finding happiness in the insanity.

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Experts offer suggestions for a smoother ride down the road of optometry with kids.

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In this behavior, mostly female drinkers avoid eating during the day, to be able to consume more calories though alcohol.

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Those cliques in high school might come back to haunt you in parenthood. But is that reality?

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The documentary’s underlying moral and cultural questions are hard enough for adults to fully grapple with.

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While the physical evidence will never disappear, the recklessness and stupidity of the guy who allowed it happen has certainly faded with time. I mainly have my kids to thank for that.

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