- Q How can my behaviors and attitudes affect my child?
Brooke Randolph, Marriage & Family TherapyWe influence our children more than anyone else. They are most likely to pattern their choices and beliefs after ours, even when we tell them to do otherwise. If you hate your nose, your daughter will fear hers resembles yours. If you suffer from... Full Answer
- Q Why should I read to my child?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyBesides serving as wonderful one-on-one time, reading to your child will do amazing things for her future vocabulary. In fact, the vocab that a child has at the age of two is proportional to the number of words he's heard spoken to him before... Full Answer
- Q How can I help make sure my kids get their homework done?
Armin Brott, PediatricsMake sure your child has an organized, quiet work area in a low-traffic area. Keep younger siblings occupied elsewhere and suggest that cell phones, computers, and other electronic devices be turned off or set aside during homework time. But don’t... Full Answer