Warmer Parenting Makes Antisocial Toddlers More Empathetic

Pacific Standard: When parents act warmly and responsively toward young children who exhibit antisocial behavior, the children begin acting more warmly too. That’s according to a new study in the Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, in which researchers examined whether there are differences in response to parental harshness and warmth among three-year-olds who exhibit “callously unemotional” behavior. To parents More

The Best Way to Make Up After Any Argument

The Wall Street Journal:  You had an argument with someone you love. Now what? There is a definite wrong way to make up and go forward after a fight, therapists and psychologists say: Apologize quickly and move on. Instead, it is crucial when repairing a personal rift to address the More