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THE IMPORTANCE OF HANDWRITING

Follow my blog with Bloglovin The regrettable fallout of the digital age and the glut of mobile phones is the negligence of handwriting skills that we see today among children and in many schools....

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KNOW YOUR PASSIONS AND TALENTS

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I see many young children every day that are wonderfully confident in their imaginations. Just give them a paper and crayons and five minutes, their unlimited imagination is there...

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IT HELPS TO TRUST YOUR CHILDREN

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Why we don’t trust our children: We, the parents, treat the children with a misconception that if children have to succeed and act well, we have to teach them all...

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BAD PARENTING

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  When children enter the world, there accompany a few rights that are to be sacred to any parent – to be fed, clothed, sheltered and protected. But, many parents are likely...

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SIBLING RIVALRY

Follow my blog with Bloglovin  One mother complains, “Can’t I think of peace! Witnessing brawls and disagreements has become my main activity in the home. More than a mother I feel I work more...

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CHANGE THE SURROUNDINGS

Follow my blog with Bloglovin CREATE A CHILD-FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENT AT HOME When I visited my two and half year grandson last week, I saw him often straining his head and feet to peep out of...

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ABOUT THE PARENT-CHILD CONFLICTS

Follow my blog with Bloglovin When a parent-child conflict arises, there could be two outcomes: if the child always ‘wins’ and gets his way the child continues to behave in a manner it would...

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THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF FATHERS

Follow my blog with Bloglovin In parenting, one fact is greatly overlooked – that the strong and influencing factor of the emotional health of the children is tied to the role of the father....

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ACTIVE LISTENING

Check the scenario in a house: Children refuse to share any information with their parents. They prefer sulking than to reveal what goes on inside. They put a mask over their feelings, suggesting it’s...