Ashley Judd is speaking out against cyberbullying. In a poignant essay, she speaks out against those who have targeted her online, in an effort to shift the discussion toward healing. Teens can take away some valuable lessons from what she has to say.
When parents plan for their child's first sleep-away summer camp experience, involving kids in the preparations is key. Two seasoned camp directors share their expertise and feedback from campers in getting kids ready.
What do you get when your social media feeds fill up with other people's kids? Oversharenting. According to a new poll, parents think some of their peers share too much. What can be considered a reasonable amount?
How one family celebrates National Pi Day with jokes, pies, and mosaics.
Spring break does not have to include lines at an amusement park, waiting for baggage at the airport, a hefty budget, or hours of planning. Sometimes the best memories can be made right around where you live.
Two young American tourists reportedly carved their initials in the Roman Colosseum, while ISIS releases videos showing destruction of sacred historical sites. How can parents reinforce the importance of protecting cultural artifacts?
Arkansas Rep. Justin Harris rehomed two adopted children into the hands of a man who sexually assaulted one of them. Turns out there are few regulations around moving adopted kids to a new home.
Comedian Russell Brand posted a video lamenting the challenges that films like 'Fifty Shades of Grey' present to healthy romantic relationships. His comments present an opening to address relationships with teens.
When a prestigious architectural magazine publishes a slideshow of private home chapels, one mom learns that sacred spaces don't need to be big, quiet, or even entirely private.
Former Red Sox pitching star Curt Schilling named the cyber bullies on Monday who targeted his daughter online with vulgar comments.
One mom realizes that her elementary school-aged son is growing more independent, but as she considers letting him enjoy a little more freedom, the concern of what other parents might think of her gives her pause.
While critics of pot legalization might point to the risk of kids getting high, one teen points out the ways marijuana abuse by her own parents has shattered her upbringing.
Oscars 2015 had a particularly familial feel, from stars hitting the red carpet with their parents and siblings, to actors encouraging others to call their parents and thank them for everything they do.
A girl wrote to DC Comics and asked why they don't include more female superheroes in their comics. The company replied with an image of her turned into a superhero, but is that enough?
Parents may have a reason to update their privacy settings and be picky about what they post online: people stealing photos and passing off strangers' kids as their own.