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Onam 2020|Onam celebration with kid at home

Onam 2020|Onam celebration with kid at home

How To Deal With Teen Rebellion

It is said that teenagers who experience the period of 13 – 16 years old will have rebellious behaviors to their parents. In fact, teen rebellion is a natural part for teens to become an adult, and it is also the essential part of the process from teen hood to adulthood. Most teens become to have their own ideas and long for independence during this period. They like to play with their friends, and talk secrets with them rather than their parents. They want to be praised by others and realize their value in the world…

How to Organize Your Family in 2011

Want to organize your family in 2011? These days, most moms wear more hats than ever before. They have to worry about getting to work on time, getting the kids off to school, having a healthy dinner, making sure the kids get to soccer practice, and a million other things!

Out Of Control Children – Working With Teachers

Out of control children need immediate intervention to stop the downward cycle of self-destructive behavior. Working effectively with your child’s teachers means putting into play these 4 steps first – and getting the ball rolling towards developing a plan to help your child. Are you ready for that? Read on.

The Bullying Epidemic: 3 Tips on How to Support Your Child’s Inner Resiliency

It is no secret that bullying has always been an issue that kids have had to deal with, yet in our modern society it seems to be a problem that is inescapable for the victims. Cyber-bullying has taken this hurtful and cruel behavior to a whole new level, leaving the tormented child to feel as if there is no escape. Furthermore, the news media’s attention to the subject only seems to generate more friction around the issue.

How to Get Ready for a Baby in Your Life

Are you finding yourself in the situation where you have found that significant other? You know that you two want to be together forever? You have your ducks in a row and now are ready to move on to the next stage in your ever maturing relationship?

Improving Your Child’s Behaviour

Out in public, your child doesn’t get their own way and they decide to throw a paddy! Kicking, screaming, shouting, biting, it can get bad….How do you cope? Sometimes you feel you have no choice but to give into your child’s demands simply to avoid a public display of bad behaviour. So, how do we go about stopping these outbursts and improving our children’s behaviour? Here are some top tips to help you on your way.

Keep Your Family Safe From Gun Discharge With A Biometric Gun Safe

Gun safes offer you a way they can to protect your firearm from your loved ones and intruders. A biometric gun safe can be even quicker an emergency due to state-of-the-art software that read your fingerprints. Don’t fumble around for the combination which will ultimately stop you from reaching your firearm quickly.

The Root Causes Of Our Own And Our Children’s Happiness And Fulfillment

We are what we embody and radiate – who we are and what we do – a simple truth with complex causes. Our manner of being in the world is ultimately caused by the positive and negative qualities we develop and project into the world through our thoughts and actions. These qualities are the root causes of our own and our children’s happiness and fulfillment.

How To Deal With Teenagers’ Attitudes And Rollin’ Eyes

The question is…how to deal with teenagers’ nasty attitudes? There is a simple one-two punch for handling your teen’s drama and you might be wasting time if you’re not doing it.

Parent Education Is the Key to Increased Enrollment

Good preschool gymnastics instructors know that gym schools have three customers; the mother, the father, and the student. Unlike school age programs where the students tell other friends about our programs, preschool classes survive on the parents telling other parents. If the parents aren’t fully aware of the philosophy of the gym, the objectives of the lessons, the basic purposes behind the curriculum, they can’t completely appreciate why they need to make an extra effort to get their child to class.

Starting School – Tips for an Easy Transition

When the time comes for your child to start school it can be an overwhelming experience for both parents and child. These emotions are completely normal and can vary greatly from person to person. There is however various steps you can take to make this transition easier not only for your child, but also for you.

The Most Important Aspect of Skilled Parenting Is Teaching

Teaching is one of the skilled parenting skills that is absolutely necessary. As a parent, you also become a teacher without any formal training, Your children are also your students.

Student Motivation – The 2 Most Important Mistakes to Avoid and What to Do Instead

Do you feel your child or teen is not motivated to begin school projects, or study sufficiently for success on tests? Many parents try to “motivate” their student to work harder but their well intentioned efforts often backfire. Two of the most common methods of “encouragement” that parents and teachers try to use are both wrong and both approaches actually reduce or damage the student’s motivation. One of the two approaches which seems to work well in the short run will actually fail in the long run.

Ten Things to Remember When Hiring a Nanny

If you are using an agency, check out their credentials: are they accredited, do they have references, how many years experience do they have? Ask the agency to explain how their company works, i.e. what is their price structure and recruitment process.

Stress Less School Success – Teach Your Child to Self-Advocate for Classroom Group Activities

A great deal of stress is caused for some students by a fact we often overlook. During the school day students are required to perform actions in a wide range of settings and respond to a host of tasks and challenges. These different requirements tap into many different areas of skills and abilities. For many children some of these classroom demands will be easy to meet and others they may find very difficult so these widely varying demands can be a serious source of stress for some students. If your child struggles with this, there is something you can do about it.

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