Sometimes kids don't love to read. That's thanks to video games, and more access to smartphones. But you can get your kids to read more, even though it might be a struggle for a short time, there's simple ways to increase their curiosity about reading.
Have kids who enjoy a "limited" menu? Consider unique recipes to cook with your kids. Or, get stuck throwing Cheerios at them forever.
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Couples struggling during this pandemic can turn to teletherapy to help work on their relationships, even if in-person therapy isn't available. Learn more about how teletherapy can help from Long Island psychologist Dr. Barbara Kaplan.
It's difficult living far away from your family, but there are ways to help keep your family feeling connected regardless of distance. Learn the ways here.
Trying to figure out if your child could benefit from professional counseling? It's a struggle all of us parents experience. Learn the danger signs today.
Teaching healthy eating habits is one of the hardest parts of raising kids. Child obesity is a significant issue. Here's how to help reduce the risk of it.
Playing with someone else's pet is dramatically different than owning a pet. It's important to prepare your child for pet ownership.
It's never easy to watch your kids grow up, especially once they get their Learner's Permit! Here's some tips to teach your teen driver.