As a parent of a young child, there is a high possibility you have heard the phrases “I don't know” or “Mommy, you choose” with sad droopy eyes full of uncertainty. If you are seeking to raise a child who is able to take decisions and be confident about it, then you need to read… Continue reading How to Raise a Decision Maker!
Ouch! When your child lies, it’s natural that you feel betrayed, hurt and frustrated. Then again, let’s face it: lying happens. It’s wrong, but it happens. Quite frankly, some of us have lied one time or another or might still do. Set a Good Example Your child observes you well and mimics your every move. You… Continue reading How to Deal with Children who Lie
To Each His Own: Each individual learns in a different way. A learning style is the person’s learning preference. Knowing about your child’s learning style has several advantages, it helps him learn more effectively, increase achievement and be more creative and productive. There are three main styles of learning which are visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.… Continue reading Show, Don’t Tell!
It’s that time of the year again; nervousness, stress, and anxiety fill up your household. Your child has exams and it is simply nerve wracking to all parties involved. You get mixed up between caring and empathizing, being strict and demanding study time. You realise your child should be studying and testing his knowledge for… Continue reading Passing with Flying Colors
I DO: Marriage is a life commitment to a person in which two individuals pledge to stick together through good and bad. Every relationship with another human being is bound to face some misunderstandings and dilemmas especially if one was with another person the whole time. We have behaviors, feelings, and thoughts that change frequently.… Continue reading Marital Conflict
Red Alert The amount of time children are spending on smart devices nowadays is startling. According to a report issued by CNN, nearly eighty percent of children said they checked their phones hourly, and seventy-two said they felt the need to immediately respond to texts and social networking messages. Thirty-six percent of parents said they… Continue reading Make the Most of Their Addiction