Families that expand their worlds to incorporate all kinds of cultures help their children develop strong racial identities.
A strong connection to role models and to others who share their ethnic background is as important now as ever.
Reassure your child that you are his parent, forever and always.
We’d successfully raised our son to adulthood. But as grandparents, we encountered a surprising new set of challenges and joys.
How to answer this and other questions about how families are formed.
Has your grade-schooler suddenly gone silent on adoption? Here’s how to keep the conversation going.
A child may exhibit “baby” behaviors when his parents divorce.
Try to resist joining in your teen’s power struggles.
Confronting your own fears is the first step toward helping your child deal with hers.
Finding someone who understands your child’s experience will help him develop a strong sense of self.