How do some children maneuver around life’s bumps easily, while others are so sensitive that those bumps can leave serious bruises? Parents have no surefire way to deal with raising a high
My son, who is eight years old, has had an uncontrollable phobia of clowns since he was an infant. Not just clowns, but Muppets, mascots, any adults in full head-to-toe costume.
There’s a great deal of fuss in the parenting world—school gyms are filled with parents eager to hear about attachment parenting.
If you’ve ever had the chance to listen in on the chatter between grade school kids you’d eventually hear a well-argued debate about who has the “coolest Dad”.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if childhood really was “worry free”? Most wonder what children really have to fret about, but the reality is anxiety disorders are the number one mental health