A young mom who was recently diagnosed with terminal cancer shares how she told her kids and how she's preparing them for the future without her.
Reddit users slammed the dad, with one writing the prank went "definitely way too far and as the parent he should have known better."
"I live in constant fear," said one Ukrainian mother who works at six orphanages in Western Ukraine.
"They were mean but that's life. Do not message anyone anything," one user said.
"Seems to me your daughter may have overheard a negative conversation your ex had about her. If this is the case she may never get over it," one user said of the Reddit post.
In "Has Your Child Been Traumatized?", clinical psychologist Dr. Melissa Goldberg-Mintz reveals how parents can recognize the symptoms of trauma in children.
Parenting is tough. People often think I must be somehow immune to parenting mistakes. This is not so.
Two psychologists have highlighted the importance of parents speaking to their children about the school shooting and how to handle it.
The "terrible twos" can be confusing and distressing for parents. Here, child psychologists explain why toddlers hit and bite and what to do about it.
I have learnt that whether you are a biological, adoptive, step or foster parent, raising a child is challenging and overwhelming for all of us.
I have found that there are a number of common questions that are asked over and over again by parents, professionals and young people alike.
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A new study has found that the amount of "good" and "bad" cholesterol present in a baby's blood at birth could influence psychological development.
Growing evidence suggests same-sex and different-sex parents are equally successful at raising children.
Technology could have helped children develop self-control, researchers evaluating the "marshmallow test" believe.
Almost 40 percent of American fourth-grade boys think boys are inherently more intelligent.
Children using self-defeating humor at the beginning of the school year were more likely to experience an increase in loneliness and symptoms of depression.
The issue could become the 'final straw' when relationships are vulnerable, experts said.
"Someone who epitomizes everything we taught them not to be is the next leader of the free world."
"But why do we go to school and study? We will only be killed in the next war."