If we choose to be more mindful by pausing before responding, we can teach kids they too can pause and choose to respond instead of react.
In 1897, Santiago Ramon y Cajal, "the father of neuroscience" outlined six “diseases of the will” that he claimed held talented people back.
If your child loves to draw or paint, consider arming them with a supply of how-to books and take their early tinkering to a whole new level.
The self-quieting approach has long been presented as a powerful alternative to punishment and time-out.
How did we come to learn everything we now know about infants and their developing minds? Their eyes.
Continue to open the door to additional possibilities, rather than have any diagnosis, ADHD or otherwise, close doors to further inquiry.
Experts say one in five Americans lack the math skills needed for many modern jobs, including those that do not require a college degree.
Nightmares in childhood are actually normal and play a positive role in kids' emotional growth and coping skills.
Technology has expanded our brain function. But does it lead to improvement in complex life skills, such as problem solving and planning?
Parenting can exhaust you to the point of brain numbness. But there are ways to be productive and give your brain a break.