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Teaching Control to Your Overly Competitive Child

From aggression to self-imposed pressure, competitiveness can sometimes negatively affect kids. Work on teaching control to your overly competitive child.

Tattletale Kids: Why Kids Snitch and What Parents Can Do

Here's a look at what motivates tattletale kids, plus nine tips and ideas to help kids break the habit and build conflict resolution skills.

Pfizer Vaccine Found Safe and Effective in Older Kids

After a Phase 3 trial, Pfizer-BioNTech announced that its vaccine against COVID-19 is safe for use in kids ages 12-15. Get details on the trial and its findings here.

Programs for Kids with Disabilities in Macomb County

Macomb County strives to offer a variety of services that support families of kids with disabilities in the community. Learn more about these programs and services.

Imperative of Addressing Childhood Trauma in Detroit

When young Black boys were overdiagnosed with ADHD and ODD, experts started asking why. What they learned shapes an imperative to address the trauma these kids experience.

How Self-Awareness Can Impact Loneliness

Even in a sea of people, we can feel disconnected and alone. It doesn't have to be this way. We share some insight into loneliness and offer help from an expert at Harbor Oaks Hospital.

How I Decided to Send My Son Back to School in 2021

A local mom shares how she weighed all the risks and why she ultimately decided to send her son back to high school when schools reopened during COVID.

Best Family Movies and Shows That Just Hit Streaming Services in April

Looking for something that the whole family can watch together? Check out these eight movies and shows that just hit streaming services.

Spouse or Roommate? What to Do When It’s Getting Hard to Tell

When the romance has dwindled and the stress of kids and everyday life has ramped up, it's easy for couples to fall into a pattern where they feel more like business partners than life mates. How can you get back on track?

Teen Privacy: The Closed-Door Policy

Somewhere around age 12, kids start locking their bedroom doors. Decide where you'll draw the line on tween and teen privacy.

What You Should Know About Voice Breaking in Boys

It's one of the embarrassing signs of puberty in boys. So, why exactly does voice breaking in boys happen? And how can parents help their teen cope?

15 Best ’80s Movies to Watch as a Family

From epic adventures to alien invasions, here's a list of some of the best '80s movies the whole family will enjoy.
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Family Fun Things to Do This Weekend in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Looking for some family fun virtual things to do while at home or as things open up? Check out our list of events and other things to do this weekend.

Family Fun Things to Do At Home This Weekend in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Looking for some family fun virtual things to do while you're staying safely at home with your family? Check out our list of fun online virtual events happening this weekend — and any time!

10 Examples of Patriotism That Parents Should Teach Their Kids

What should American children know about our country, and how can parents instill patriotism for kids at their home? Teachers share these 10 examples of patriotism.

What’s Happening at Cedar Point in 2020?

Cedar Point has reopened for the 2020 season. Here's what you need to know about visiting the park this year.

Toddler Getting Out of Bed Repeatedly? Here’s How to Stop It

If you're a parent with the issue of a toddler getting out of bed repeatedly, you know the pain (and exhaustion). Learn what's going on and what to do.
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