Childhood anxiety is on the rise at every level, from fear of monsters under the bed to severe anxiety disorders
What happens when attachment parenting comes before a family court judge?
When does the “work-life balance” debate turn into a public-health crisis?
Parents who give up their adopted children have been making the news with increasing frequency of late. There’s Torry Ann Hansen, the now-infamous Tennessee nurse who sent her 7-year-old adopted son back to his native Russia on a plane, alone. Then there’s Joyce Maynard, the writer who made headlines last year when she admitted to …
“Things were different then” is no excuse for inappropriate sexual contact, no matter how permissive the era
Google’s plan to extend our life span will change love, work, and just about every aspect of society
The Pentagon is using video games to infiltrate middle schools.
They have a right to be disappointed—and afraid of the huge life change ahead of them
As Davis Guggenheim’s new documentary TEACH shows, it really shouldn’t be such a mystery
Most after-school assignments are based on out-of-date and often ineffective methods
Gender-nonconforming children need empathy, not the media spotlight
The carving up of honor probably doesn’t improve children’s performance or motivation — but it may mean a bigger payday for those who run childhood tournaments
The classic sex talk needs an update for the age of Miley Cyrus and ubiquitous adult content