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  • Stuttering for Parents


    Many young kids go through a stage when they stutter. Stuttering usually goes away on its own but in some cases lasts longer.

  • Feelings for Kids


    Confused, sad, mad, glad? Check out this section to learn about these emotions and many more - and how to deal with them.

  • What to Say: Answers for Kids With Autism for Kids


    Knowing what to say comes naturally for some kids, but others need some help. Learn how to start a conversation, keep it going, and more.

  • What to Say: Answers for Teens With Autism for Teens


    Knowing what to say comes naturally for some people, but others need some help. Here’s advice for teens who want to learn how to get along with people.

  • 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.

  • Q&A for Kids for Kids


    What's earwax? Why do I have a belly button? What's a burp? You asked and we answered! Check out the answers to all your health questions.

  • 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.

  • Abusive Relationships for Teens


    Abuse has no place in love. Read this article to find out how to recognize the signs of abuse and how you can get help.

  • 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.

  • Nine Steps to More Effective Parenting for Parents


    Parenting is incredibly challenging and rewarding. Here are nine child-rearing tips that can help.