Sara Dimerman is a Psychologist, author and parenting expert in the Greater Toronto Area. Read more at helpmesara.com.
Despite our awareness that the world does not feel quite as safe as it did when many of us were young, there are still ways for us to help our children feel protected and safe.
If your child is uncomfortable socializing with the other children, she may be shy. Here's how to help her climb out of her shell.
Although most parents worry about not giving their children enough attention, giving too much attention has its drawbacks too.
It can be hard, but it's important to realize the importance of letting go.
Kids often get nervous in front of crowds, but facing the fear can help.
It's OK for your kids to know you win some, you lose some.
Freestyle play has many benefits for kids, but it doesn’t always come naturally to grown ups.
Most parents are understandably worried about the transition from single parent and kids to two parental figures and possibly more kids.
Parents, remember how important it is not to shame or punish your children about bedwetting or accidents. Be patient.
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