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Learn what you need to know to spot these typical teen problems and how to steer kids in the right direction. Our pros provide plenty of lessons to get it right.

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How to Teach Your Teen to Love Their Body

In a time when social media offers a skewed, seemingly perfect filter on real life, there are ways to break through the noise and support your teen’s self-image.
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'Benzos' Are Rising in Popularity Among Teens and They're Getting Them On Social Media

Teens are able to get benzodiazepines and similar designer drugs without a prescription straight from their smartphone. Here's what parents need to know about how teens are accessing these drugs, signs of addiction, and what they can do to help.
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She Seemed Like Just Any Mom to the Outside World, But Inside Was Struggling With Opioid Addiction

A woman wrote a viral obituary for her sister, a young mom who died from opioid addiction in 2018. And it's inspiring others to reveal the same hidden heartbreak of this national epidemic on the anniversary of her death.
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I Was a Childhood Bully And Here's How I'm Making Sure My Kids Aren't

I tormented a classmate from eighth grade through high school so that I could fit in with the popular kids. Years later, I'm teaching my kids how not to be the bully I was.
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How to Deal With Bullies: A Guide for Parents

Mean kids aren't just a middle-school problem. The trouble has trickled to the youngest grades. Learn how to spot it—and how to protect children of all ages from bullies at school.
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4 Types of Bullying Parents Should Know About

From physical attacks to verbal harassment, know how to identify the signs of the four most common types of bullying so you know how to help as a parent.
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No, Parents Aren't to Blame for the Teen Opioid Epidemic

成人小视频appIt's common to blame parents for their child's drug addiction, but research shows other factors are at play. Experts weigh in on causes of drug addiction and how parents can talk to their children about substance use.