What has caused the experience of “brain fog” during the pandemic? And is there anything you can do about it?
Birth trauma is a very common, yet rarely discussed condition. Research provides insight into the impacts of birth trauma and how to heal from this experience.
Many strategies that parents use to build self-esteem may unknowingly contribute to narcissism in children. So how can parents encourage confidence and self-worth but not narcissistic tendencies?
Are chores really important for children’s development? And, if so, how do you get children to actually do them?
Research finds that calling your child “smart” may have unintended negative consequences.
A recent study found that sharing memories with your child may improve their well-being.
Many apps claim to be educational—but do young children actually learn from this technology? Recent research set to find out.
A child playing happily on their own is every parent’s dream come true—but how do you make this happen? Research provides some answers.
The CDC recently removed crawling as a developmental milestone but does this change make sense in light of research? More generally, what are the implications of skipping crawling?
Some types of praise may be better than others. Here’s how to deliver praise the right way.