Entitled kids lack empathy. Karen Deerwester (@FamilyTimeInc) shows parents how to raise responsible, entitlement-free children.
Fatherless girls need support to reconcile their loss. Deena Babul, co-founder of The Fatherless Daughter Project helps women reclaim their lives.
Heather Von St. James' cancer patient advocacy was born out of living it. She helps parents and families navigate through health issues.
Parenting after divorce can be extremely challenging. Karen Bonnell helps parents survive & thrive after divorce while you date.
What is the role of parents in the Digital Age? Cory Warren discusses a free guide to help parents and kids get on the same page about screen time.
Worrying is a quiet and consistent thinking style we might not even be aware of. Dr. Dan Peters helps parents help kids who are worriers.
Straight A's were the ticket to success, but what do grades even mean any more? School counselor Phyllis Fagell talks about moving beyond grades.
Expectations of "good" mom can overwhelm us. Life coach Caroline Greene helps mothers rediscover their identity beyond "Mommy."
Life coach Chester Hall gives parents tips for guiding teens through hard times without digging in so deep kids feel their privacy is being invaded.
Social culture impacts kids at school in many ways. Author and educator Rosalind Wiseman helps adults create a culture of dignity at home and school.
For kids, having friends is more important than grades. Dr. Mark Griffin discusses how learning and attention issues impact social development.
Psychologist Jennifer Freed shares her AHA! (Attitude. Harmony. Achievement) program for helping teens become peace builders.
Our inner critic abuses us and separates us from other females. Author Naomi Katz helps girls and women recognize how each of us carries our own beauty.
Ten percent of all kids are gifted but society neglects them. Dr. James T. Webb helps parents find ways to support and celebrate their child's gift.
We may pressure kids to "do better," but no one does better under pressure. Instead, Dr. Hendrie Weisinger helps parents encourage kids' to do their best.