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Here are ways to help your child make friends and adapt to moving to new surrounds: Visit the surroundings As soon as convenient, let your kids get acquainted. Go to the local library, ... Read More »
Many of our adult problems come from the fact that our parents weren't emotional with us as kids. Successful relationships require that we peel back this frustration and don't hide from the intimacy ... Read More »
To help your child feel emotionally safe after a tragedy: - Anticipate Concerns: Kids zero in on those violent terms faster than we do and depending on their age may misinterpret those events. ... Read More »
A rare set of monoamniotic twin girls born just ahead of Mother's Day gave their families an extra happy surprise when they clasped hands just after being delivered early by Cesarean ... Read More »
Refuse to engage with a screamer. You know this one: “If your kid screams and you scream, you all scream. So make a rule that you will NOT engage with an out-of-control kid. Wear a bracelet to ... Read More »
Actress Jenny McCarthy made headlines when she publicly claimed vaccines caused her son’s autism and began spearheading an anti-vaccine campaign. Since then, ... Read More »
“Do you let your kids watch TV?” is one of the most loaded questions we, as parents, ask each other. We hear snippets in the news about TV making kids turn into zombies with no ability to ... Read More »
Posted in Bullying by Doctor Oz on Apr 08, 2014
Bullying may be a power-trip, but people don't bully because they're powerful. In this video, celebrity television host and Dr. Oz Show guest Tyra Banks talks about the deep-seated reasons people ... Read More »
One of the keys to having a healthy mind is to live as much as you can in the moment; that is, thinking about what you're doing right now, not worrying about the mistakes you made yesterday or the ... Read More »
Let your child know you understand - First, you need to communicate that you understand his (or her) struggles in making new friends. Then, give him something tangible, such as a small pebble or key ... Read More »

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