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  • Sportsmanship for Parents


    One of the most important goals of kids' sports is helping children develop a sense of good sportsmanship. Here's how to set a good example for your kids.

  • Protecting Your Online Identity and Reputation for Teens


    The virtual world is full of opportunities to interact with people around the world. It's also a place where nothing is temporary. Here are some tips for safeguarding your online identity.

  • Kids Talk About: Feeling Scared for Kids


    All kids feel scared once in a while. Find out what frightens them in this article for kids.

  • Sexual Harassment and Sexual Bullying for Teens


    Just like other kinds of bullying, sexual bullying is intended to hurt, offend, or intimidate another person. Find out how to recognize sexual bullying and harassment and what to do.

  • 5 Ways to (Respectfully) Disagree for Teens


    These 5 tips can help you disagree with someone in a constructive way - without losing it or shying away from how you feel.

  • Talking About Your Feelings for Kids


    Noticing your feelings and saying how you feel can help you feel better. This article for kids has ideas on how to practice talking about feelings and emotions.

  • Taming Tempers for Parents


    Controlling outbursts can be difficult for kids - and helping them learn to do so is a tough job for the parents who love them. But just about every child can improve with the right coaching.

  • Parenting a Child With ADHD for Parents


    Parenting is as important as any other part of ADHD treatment. The way parents respond can make ADHD better (or worse). This article has parenting tips to help kids improve and do well.

  • Dealing With Bullying for Teens


    Bullying has everyone worried, not just the people on its receiving end. Learn about dealing with bullies, including tips on how to stand up for yourself or a friend.

  • Binge Eating Disorder for Teens


    Binge eating is a type of eating disorder. This article for teens explains what it is, how to recognize it, and how to get help.