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1 How can I tell if my child has ADD?
2 What are some guidelines for parents with adult children living at home?
3 Should I worry about alcohol abuse in my teenager?
4 Should children receive an allowance?
5 What should I do if my teenager is arrested?
6 How can I get my child to go to bed easily?
7 Does my child have Bipolar disorder?
8 Is my child ready to board?
9 How can I protect my child from bullying?
10 Does my child need a cellphone?
11 Why do some children cheat?
12 Should I set a curfew for my teenager?
13 How can I stop my children from cursing?
14 How can I explain death to my child?
15 What can I do to make a loved-one's deployment easier for my child?
16 Is my teenager depressed?
17 What can I do to help my child cope with divorce?
18 How can I pursuade my teen to change her mode of dress?
19 When are teenagers ready to drive?
20 What should I do if I suspect my child is doing drugs?
21 Do Jewish girls have eating disorders?
22 Is it important for kids to exercise?
23 Are extracurricular activities beneficial?
24 How can I help my children stop fighting with each other?
25 How can I help my child make friends?
26 Do teenagers gamble?
27 Are video games bad for kids?
28 Is homeschooling an option for Jewish children?
29 Why is homework so important for children?
30 How can I encourage my child to develop proper personal hygiene habits?
31 How can I help my child cope with a serious illness?
32 Is my child being influenced by his friends?
33 How can I protect my children from the dangers of the internet?
34 Should teenagers be encouraged to get jobs?
35 What should I do if my child lies?
36 Is my child too materialistic?
37 Are psychotropic medications dangerous for children?
38 What should I do if I think my child has been molested?
39 How can I teach my child about the value of money?
40 How can I increase my child's motivation?
41 Is it normal for children to have nightmares?
42 What should I do if my child is overweight?
43 Is my child ready to own a pet?
44 What should I do if my child wants to get body piercings?
45 What should I do if I suspect my daughter is pregnant?
46 At what point do safety measures invade a child's privacy?
47 How can kids benefit from psychotherapy?
48 When should I talk to my child about puberty?
49 What should I do if my child is pulling out his or her hair?
50 Why is reading so important for kids?
51 What should I do if my child is a runaway?
52 Why does my child refuse to go to school?
53 How can i build my child's self-esteem?
54 How can I teach my child to share?
55 Why is my child so shy?
56 How should I prepare my child for a new sibling?
57 Is my child ready to skip a grade in school?
58 Why is sleep so important for my child?
59 How can I convince my child to stop smoking?
60 How can I help my children cope with having a special-needs sibling?
61 Is my child stealing?
62 Why do some teens commit suicide?
63 What should I do if my child or I dislike his teacher?
64 How can I talk to my child about terrorism?
65 Why do some people think that texting is dangerous for children?
66 How can I teach my child tolerance for others?
67 What steps can my family take to make travelling with kids less stressful?
68 Does my child worry too much?

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