Raising Responsible Kids
Practical ideas for raising kids with manners and good sense.
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Good Table Manners
Helpful hints to encourage the kids to act like angels.
Manners of Faith: Kids and Different Religious Ceremonies
Kids can get both enjoyment and education from attending the religious ceremonies of friends -- even if they worshi...
Teaching Children Manners
Etiquette and polite behavior are signs of respect for other people. Here's how to keep these important principles...
Thanks a Million
What's new when saying "thank you"? While promptness and courtesy never go out of style, we offer a fresh approach...
Teach Kids About Giving and Gratitude
Don't let the real reason for the season get lost under a pile of presents. Here's how to balance the "gimmes" with...
Prom Night Safety Tips
Teen alcohol-related traffic fatalities rise dramatically during prom season.
How to Keep Your Child Safe from Abduction
Parents need to update the advice they've been giving kids to keep them safe. Just warning them about "stranger dan...
The Danger of Teens & Inhalants
Are whipped cream and nail polish remover really dangerous? Experts say yes, based on recent huffing trends.
Tips for Buying Your Teen a Car
Expect your car insurance rates to skyrocket once your child is added to your policy.
Teach Your Kids Work Ethic
Here are 6 tips to teach kids a sense of responsibility and pride in their work, starting first at home.
Teaching Kids Citizenship
Teach your kids lifelong lessons about citizenship and the importance of their future vote.
What to Do About a Poor Report Card
How to transform bad grades into a learning experience -- and into better results.
When Good Kids Go Bad
BHG.com contributor John Rosemond shares his experience with a child's misbehavior, and his advice.
When Kids Drive
What's a parent to do when a teen starts to drive? Read this report to learn what you can do to reduce the risks fa...
Raising Unbiased Kids
Expert advice to ensure that your child grows up with acceptance of others.