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Research suggests it’s more important to play with your toddler than teach her the alphabet.
We tend to have friends we’ve kept for many years, but it’s also important to develop new friendships.
Follow these six practices to calm back down when your temper starts to flair up.
Follow these guidelines the next time your child has a temper tandtrum to get what she wants.
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Life is change, but change isn’t easy. Here’s how to better cope with life’s natural progression.
There isn’t a single cause or a single solution for deathly shootings like the one in Florida.
Those of us non-athletes whose favorite sport is avoiding sports can learn a lot from Olympians.
Through mindful parenting, your kids can grow up to be compassionate, kind and honest.
There is a fine line between helping your kids and enabling their unhealthy behavior.
Reassurance is rarely helpful, and avoidance is not a solution. Here’s how to calm their worries.
Paul Schoenfeld shares four approaches to help keep your anxiety from getting out of control.
Paul Schoenfeld explains how positive reinforcement is far more effective than negative with kids.
Don’t keep your feelings to yourself. Small disappointments can grow into major resentments.
Use the last few days of December to prepare for the new year.
Paul Schoenfeld reflects on what he’s learned about relationships after four decades with his wife.
Here are some tips on how to deal with feelings of loss during this festive time of the year.
We all have stresses that detract from the experience, so let go of the less-meaningful traditions.
Columnist Paul Schoenfeld says to put down your phone and re-experience stillness, wonder and grace.