Up to 70 percent of American children have problems sleeping at night, but some simple steps help them get more shut-eye.
It may not look exactly like mom and dad’s yoga, but today’s hyper-scheduled kids love a chance to breathe deep and stretch.
When we view a child’s autism as a condition that can change for the better, avenues of natural healing open up.
Walking children through the process of being helpful to others can instill lifelong habits of altruism.
By listening closely to our children and validating their emotions, we can empower them to better handle tough situations, sometimes all on their own.
American girls often start physically maturing these days before age 10—a dramatic drop in the onset rate of puberty that appears linked to diet, chemicals and stress.
Parents may believe organized sports are best for kids, but free play is actually what makes kids creative, resilient and better problem-solvers.
A tattoo that feels adventurous today can cut off future adventures, especially when it comes to jobs.
Being a conscious parent means opening ourselves to a child’s true needs for both direction and autonomy.
Showing off the glories of nature to our kids can be as easy as taking off to the nearest state park for a camping weekend.