Parents sometimes think that they can wait for the “Big Talk” about puberty and sex until their children are 12 or older. Experts say that’s not the healthy choice. Children learn the information better, and ultimately make healthier choices when their parents start early talking about these topics
Even though it’s “only preschool,” what happens before kindergarten matters. So how can you tell if your child’s preschool is good enough? What should you look for?
Dr. Patricia Nan Anderson and Parenting Coach Katie Malinski LCSW discuss the importance of early child development and why birth to age 3 are the most important years of a child's life.
More and more children are growing up with broken relationships with their parents. Parenting expert Katie Malinski LCSW shares the basic fundamentals parents should follow in order to grow a healthy, strong relationship with their children.
In 2010, the hit documentary Waiting for Superman shed a dark light on America’s public school systems. But the bad news didn’t end there. In 2011 the majority of public school districts nationwide faced serious budget cuts, layoffs, the merging of already packed classrooms and program cuts. If you want the best for your children’s education, don’t despair. Here are 6 (mostly) affordable options: