Tweens to Teens
Almost one-in-ten teens is a "pure bully" and for many the outlook is not good - but neither is it for their victims.
I was at a stand-up gig the other night when a woman in the audience approached me and said she'd "done something stupid".
You know your daughter is a fully fledged teen when she starts ticking off the points on this list.
The Tooth Fairy helps children cope with losing their teeth and Cupid offers the assistance of his arrow in the name of love. But who who will comfort girls when they get their first period?
The sassy student's earthy and at times expletive-ridden comments have won over many.
Peta Mathias – traveller, writer, cook, bon vivant – offers her unconventional wisdom for the dilemmas of modern life.
A nude picture lives in eternity — it's an artefact of trauma, and an object of blackmail, that never goes away.
We need to educate and embolden our daughters to fight back against pornography, which is warping the behaviour of boys.
A neuroscientist who studies the adolescent mindset has provocative new insights.
She couldn't believe the stories her son was being told - but her reaction got her banned from the school.
Think your dad is embarrassing? At least he doesn't videobomb you to brag about his social media followers.
Research showed body image programs for pre-adolescent students should be gender specific.
There are few more satisfying payoffs in the Internet age than the practice of judging the self-obsessed
The amount of time spent doing homework becomes irrelevant when compared to the amount of effort teens put in.
Today's teenagers are SO disgusting that in the last week headlines around the world have been dedicated to their revoltingness.
There's been a call to screen porn in schools, so students are prepared to see it in the real world. Is a classroom really the place?
Having your child bullied at school is one of the greatest fears of parents – and research shows this fear is well founded.
Even a simple game of pass the parcel can reinforce the idea to children that they are entitled to something.
Young people claim they didn't have enough information when it came to their first sexual experience, finds survey.
Are you worried about knowing how to tell when your sweet fairy-loving princess reaches puberty?
Teenagers as young as 13 are being given access to free condoms in the UK under a new scheme that hopes to reduce teenage pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections. Should we follow suit?
My teenage son has lost a lot of weight, is sullen, has lost contact with most of his friends and barely communicates with me or my husband. We're worried he's doing something self-destructive. What can we do?
Our 13-year-old boys have to be home by 8.30pm on non-school nights. They say that's pitiful and want to stay out later. Who is right?
We didn't just want to teach our kids how to "handle money, we wanted them to learn impulse-control, planning, and the ability to say no to themselves.
Comparing siblings, especially sisters, as a motivation tool is a recipe for disaster.
When I was a teenager, my weight started to creep out of control. I struggled to maintain it, much to the concern of my slim parents.
Experts are warning that there is a new threat to the wellbeing of young women: perfectionism.
Feeling valued is key to children's wellbeing; but some parents 'overvalue' their child, believing they are more special than others.
When we try to rescue our kids from hurt feelings by changing the people around them, we deny them the opportunity to learn valuable life skills.
After losing their daughter, two parents want other families to be aware of how deadly meningococcal disease can be.