Kids, Teens, and Violence Directory
Do your kids or teens have a problem with violent behavior? Are they a victim of bullying? Violence is almost impossible to avoid completely, but you can limit your kids' exposure to it. Get those tips and also learn what to do if your child is the one being violent toward others or themselves.
Is Your Teen Moody or Mad? 6 Signs
Six signs to help you know if it's normal adolescent angst -- or a symptom of more serious trouble.
Violent Images Impact Kids Differently
The onslaught of violent images in the media leaves parents wondering how much they should allow their children to see, what impact it might have, and how to respond.
Boys and Toys Guns: Does It Lead to Real-Life Violence?
Surprisingly, studies show no link between playing with toy weapons in childhood and aggression in adulthood.
TV violence and children: It's a bad combination.
TV violence and children has become a hot topic -- studies show that extensive viewing of television violence may cause anxiety in children and possibly make children more aggressive.