For a child, there is perhaps no greater fear than the fear of not belonging. Minimizing that anxiety doesn’t make it go away.

  • Anna Nordberg
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I’ll never fully know how my daughter experiences anxiety. But my terror in the MRI machine gives me a glimpse.

  • Carin Clevidence
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If part of our job as parents is to keep our daughter safe, how can we justify staying in Texas—in the U.S.—when we know Sydney is a safer alternative?

  • Katie Gutierrez
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Athletes in all sports and at all levels can be targets of abuse. Here's how to make sure your child isn't in a toxic environment.

  • Pam Moore
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Consider the smaller ways parents can play a key role in helping kids understand something crucial at this jittery time for democracy: their role as citizens.

  • Holly Korbey
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I constantly imagine my children not sad, not scared, not wanting endlessly.

  • Hannah Grieco
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As much as it broke my heart to see my daughter suffering, it was worse to know that my anxiety about her hair was breaking her heart, too.

  • Mary Widdicks
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  • Perspective

She prefers to be alone, yet is involved. Should a parent intervene?

Her best friend is a single mom with strict bedtimes for her baby. Is this a problem?

Somewhere in the back of my mind I know his feelings will not flow so freely for long

  • Billy Doidge Kilgore
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Caring for our son meant parenting him differently, and taking his challenges into account.

  • Heather Osterman-Davis
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How W. Kamau Bell, Padma Lakshmi, Mia St. John, Jonathan Safran Foer and Kimora Lee Simmons turn difficult subjects into lessons for their kids.

  • Amanda Long
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I am focusing on how we raise our girls. I think it’s time to play the long game.

  • Diana Kapp
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I thought I had more time to shape the imprint of me he’d find on the Internet. To delete those blog posts with more expletives than I’d hoped. To explain the less-than-generous opinions others hold of me, which he’d most certainly come across.

  • Jennifer Meer
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Quitting carries plenty of stigma, even for adults. Figuring out when it’s the best choice for our kids can be tricky.

  • Kirsten Clodfelter
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  • Perspective

Sometimes, we get a call from school and we assume that our children are a problem, they are going to be a problem, and we need to take “big action.” This may not be the case at all.

There is an explosion of untested, uncertified car seats for sale online. Here’s what to know.

  • Lauren Gravitz
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Some experts are arguing against a “techno-panic mindset” that worries parents unnecessarily.

  • Caroline Knorr
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The quest for work-life balance can lead parents to change jobs. But they may face a rude awakening when promises are broken or personnel changes transform the environment.

  • Alice Gomstyn
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Plenty of popular picks have lessons such as gratitude, humility and integrity embedded in their story lines.

  • Caroline Knorr
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