Parents may dread the day their kids start developing romantic feelings, but it’s a normal part of development, a CHOC psychologist says.
Bedwetting beyond the age of 5 can impact a child’s self-esteem and create a sense of isolation. Here’s what parents can do to help.
Learn why teens often have bad attitudes and what parents can do to mitigate the effects of a dour disposition.
Here’s some tips, recommended by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ website StopBullying.gov, to teach your kids what to do.
Mental Health America has offered these ways that parents can help their children cope with tragedy-related anxiety.
The key is to schedule things in moderation and choose activities with a child’s age, temperament, interests, and abilities in mind.
Q & A with Dr. Nadia Torres-Eaton, Pediatric Psychologist at CHOC on how to manage anxiety related to what we know as “stage fright.”