Help from Dr G: How to reduce stress during the holiday season

This is the year to let go of some traditions, not hold yourself to perfection and to delegate.

Summer plans falling apart? Dr. G says it’s time to get creative

“Ask your kids to become your program directors.”

Are your kids anxious about coronavirus? Dr. G is here to help

The health crisis can be frightening for kids when schoolyard chatter raises all sorts of misinformation.

Kidcast: Learn how to #bethekindkid with these three steps

Kids can learn empathy by listening to a story or reading a book and learning to verbalize how the character is feeling.

Do your kids worry about school safety drills? This Kidcast helps start the conversation.

We have to give our kids the opportunity to process their feelings and questions with their most trusted adult, their parent.

Worried about your teen vaping? Dr. G is here to help

“I would like to remind parents that privacy is a privilege, not a right.”

Advice from Pittsburgh’s Dr. G on how to talk to your kids about mass shootings

Even as you are discussing something as painful as this subject, you can focus on the positive: Who are the heroes of the story? Take Mr. Rogers’ advice and “look for the helpers.”


When should kids pitch in with chores? Dr. G offers advice in this Kidcast

We have easy tips on what chores even little kids can do and why it’s important.

How to handle meltdowns, from toddlers to teens, in this Kidcast

Call it the Terrible Twos or Terrible Teens. Kids have meltdowns at any age!


How to help your kids develop resilience

Parenting expert Dr. G offers ideas to help your kids become resilient, no matter what they face in life.


Help your kids nurture friendships with this Kidcast advice

Friendships can make or break a child’s school experience, but it’s a lot more complicated today when you add in social media.