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Understanding why mealtimes can be so difficult
Read expert advice to help you figure out what's appropriate for your child at Halloween.
When the nature of your day changes, so does your child's
The latest "Understanding Kids" column
The latest 'Understanding Kids' column
It’s never too early to begin reading to a baby
Solutions the Lucy Daniels Center
Understanding the behaviors that arise
Why it's getting more difficult and what you can do
Some areas of development may benefit from more focused attention in early childhood.
If you're not Christian, how do you help your children feel secure in their identity during the Christmas season?
Considerations when guiding kids through the process
Life in the digital era requires intentional efforts from parents to put devices to the side and focus on interactions with their children.
Expert advice for choosing the right activity for your child.
Parents who actively work to create an honest and meaningful life story will foster resiliency in their adopted child.
As with all behaviors, how a child feels inside (emotionally) affects what he or she expresses behaviorally.
When traveling, kids might become harder to settle, more impulsive and hyperactive, or even irritable.
Lucy Daniels Center recommends a three-part approach to discussing school violence with children.
Normal mood swings or cause for concern?
Help your child become a more responsible and helpful member of the family.
Coping with differences in parenting styles from one generation to the next.
How parents handle the sharing of information can help fill the gap between feeling safe and being emotionally ready.
How to best prepare a child for the year ahead depends on many factors such as the age of the child, history of coping with changes and previous school experiences.
Very young children depend on guidance from parents or guardians to learn what is socially acceptable.