Crying – all babies and children do it. Crying is common, but it isn’t always easy to handle. Read why babies and children cry and what to do about it.
Most children tell lies, but it can be a surprise when you first hear your child lying. Here’s how to encourage honesty and help your child avoid lying.
Persistent or severe tantrums can make family life difficult. To help your child with persistent or severe tantrums, start by looking at tantrum triggers.
It can be a shock when you first hear your toddler or preschooler swear. Here’s a practical guide to children’s swearing, including tips to handle swearing.
Is your child having tantrums? Tantrums happen because children are still learning how to handle big emotions. This article explains how to help. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese.
Fear of strangers is normal for babies and young children. If fear of strangers is upsetting you or your child, our practical strategies can help.
Watching your child have a breath-holding spell can be scary. But your child will start breathing again, usually in about one minute. Read more.
A guide to handling children’s fear of the bath and bathing, with tips for making bathtime more enjoyable for babies and toddlers.