Good friends are an important support system for kids, particularly when settling into a new environment. There are many ways parents can help to encourage and nurture these growing relationships.
It can be hard, but it's important to realize the importance of letting go.
Honestly, parents were way more chill decades ago. As kids we hung out under the sun, not always under our parents’ watchful eyes. Is summer the season of supervision, or should we let our kids roam until the streetlights come on?
Deputy editor Lisa Van De Geyn speaks to a child psychologist and potty-mouth parents (*raises hand*) to answer this %#$&*@% question.
Parents often feel pressure to put their kids first in all areas of life, but writer Stacy Lee Kong learns why prioritizing your relationship with your partner is good for the whole family.