When excessive attention sets children apart.
"I wonder what I'll look like when I"m grown."
Our culture isn't always compassionate toward those who fall outside the "norm." But we can help our children embrace their uniqueness — and become more tolerant, too.
Heritage trips help children discover their past-and inspire who they'll become. Help your child prepare for the journey with these expert-tested tips.
How do parents know when a child's behavior is related to adoption, and when it's not?
As adolescents become capable of abstract thinking, they begin to wonder about the family and the country left behind — and the road not taken.
Deliberate parenting can make a difference in a transracial adoption.
Whether you follow rituals from your own childhood or establish new ones, one truth remains the same: Traditions are what memories are made of. Here, four families share their stories.
Finding someone who understands your child's experience will help him develop a strong sense of self.
Don't despair; these struggles can actually deepen your bond.
Part of growing up is learning to understand race. Experts explain how living in a diverse neighborhood can help your child put together the puzzle.
Why should I try to make my son feel 'the same'? Why shouldn’t I learn to be more like him?
Preschoolers crave repetition, so give yours thoughtful traditions to love again and again.
If your child seems more interested in soccer than culture camp, don't panic.
Heritage trips help children discover their past — and influence who they become. Here, one adoptee describes his journey back to his birth country of Colombia.
Our expert discusses the idea of adopting a “matching” sibling — and other ways to strengthen your child’s racial identity.
Straddling two cultures, this powerhouse Hispanic-American woman takes on the world — and wins!
In asking that question, was our teenage daughter really asking, Who am I? What am I becoming? How am I different from others?
A Korean adoptee shares her experience growing up in a conspicuous family.
How do you make sure your child feels good about herself?