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If your teenager believes he or she can take an unsupervised spring break, it’s time to start negotiating! Here’s how we did it in my family:

It doesn’t matter what the issue is. Dealing with tough issues is tough. They’re hard to talk about. They’re hard to work through. Try these five secrets for dealing with tough issues.

How do you help your kids do their best on a standardized test? Follow these 10 easy steps for success.

Are you an active listener? How would your kids grade your listening skills?

Sometimes kids get so upset they don’t want to talk. Other times, they may be going through a “no talking” phase (actually it’s more of a “no talking to parents” phase).

Our world is changing. So are families. In many ways, it doesn’t matter how families are created but how family members interact and thrive.

By: Nancy Tellett-Royce, author and parenting expert

Are you looking for ways to connect at a deeper level with your child? Begin a spark journey together!

If you want to get fights going in your family, talk about politics. If you want to get thoughtful discussions going, talk about current policies and issues.

Ah, young love. The season for young romance is in full swing, and some parents may be experiencing first-time love. Concerns are natural. After all, we’ve all been there!

How do you deal with cabin fever?

In our family, we get creative!