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  • Caring for Siblings of Kids With Disabilities for Parents


    Kids love their siblings. Often, those who have a brother or sister with special needs want to help. Here's how to help them feel loved and secure about their place in the family.

  • Sibling Rivalry for Parents


    As upsetting as it can be for a parent, conflict between siblings is very common. Here's how to help your kids get along.

  • Preparing Your Child for a New Sibling for Parents


    The arrival of a new baby can cause lots of changes. But parents can prepare kids for an addition to the family.

  • Family Life for Parents


    Parenting advice on bullying, school, welcoming a new sibling, and more.

  • School & Family Life for Parents


    All parents need a little advice now and then. Get the lowdown on parenting basics like discipline, homework help, and how to talk to your child about tough subjects, like sex, tobacco, and alcohol. Plus, find out where you can turn for help and support.

  • Emotions & Behavior for Parents


    Is it just a phase or a serious problem? Help your child cope with life's ups and downs, from dealing with divorce to preparing for new siblings. Or find out how to understand your child's behavior, whether it's toddler tantrums or teenage depression.

  • Emotions for Parents


    Learn about the normal feelings and emotions of childhood and adolescence.

  • Tough Topics for Parents


    Guidance on how to deal with bullying, drug abuse, divorce, and more.

  • Birth of a Second Child for Parents


    Expecting another child? Things will be a little different this time. Here's how to prepare for your new addition.

  • Caring for a Seriously Ill Child for Parents


    Taking care of a chronically ill child is one of the most draining and difficult tasks a parent can face. But support groups, social workers, and family friends often can help.

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