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Giving a child a dish to prepare helps him make Thanksgiving his own.
How to distract children on the verge of holiday meltdowns by combining the threat of facial disfigurement with the giggles of survival, in 11 easy steps.
StoryCorps and the "Great Thanksgiving Listen" offer a chance to connect across generations.
For college students, coming home is a choice. Here's how to make it one you're all glad they make.
Introvert Shonda Rhimes says "yes" for a year. But (maybe more importantly) she also says no.
There aren't many gender differences in meanness. What's different is how girls and boys respond.
Talking with children about the ways we respond to tragedy, good and bad.
It is the first birthday we will celebrate with him and the first party his biological parents will miss.
Is "taking over your Instagram account" a coming-of-age ritual anyone wants?
I wasn't just up against the end of my parental leave. I was up against an entire culture.
The "who does more at home" story distracts us from real policy issues while supporting the status quo.
It's become an act of parental dereliction to let a child turn in a project that looks like a child's work.
Contestants in this contest win by revealing how much they've lost.
“We managed fine, honey, and you will too."
A non-browning apple passes the backpack and blender test—but will the genetic modification win parental approval?
How can I tell my own daughter that the monsters she reads about are not real, when I know better than most just how real they are?
The winners in the "Best Parenting Advice in Six Words" contest include the funny, the practical and the sweet.
No perfectly curated lives, no friend counts. no "likes." Snapchat is all about interaction.
10 tips to turn a Picky Eater Project into long-lasting change.
What's your best advice for parents in 6 words or less?