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SIBLING RIVALRY

Follow my blog with Bloglovin One mother complains, “Can’t I have peace, witnessing brawls and disagreements have become my main activity in the home. More than a mother I feel I work more like...

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THE IMPORTANCE OF HANDWRITING

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Handwriting is an essential skill for children that have to build into their daily habits as we cannot ignore one as they progressively grow. It is the springboard of success...

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THE GIFT OF ENCOURAGEMENT

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Gaining approval from parents is the most important support system for children as they grow.  Children need large doses of encouragement and a daily word of praise. Especially when they...

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CHOOSING A GOOD SCHOOL FOR YOUR CHILD

Follow my blog with Bloglovin The most important decision a parent has to make in a child’s life is deciding about the school. Finding the right school for your child that suits their character,...

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ANGER – THE OFFENDER

Follow my blog with Bloglovin There is nothing wrong with anger; it’s a natural human emotion which everyone has a way of manifesting it. The good part regarding anger it’s a useful emotion when...

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EDUCATION BEGINS AT HOME

Follow my blog with Bloglovin   Johnny has developed a strange attitude alleging that his scholastic difficulties are not his but somebody else’s fault. Perhaps, the school or the teachers’, and further would assert...

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HELPFUL TIPS FOR PARENT-CHILD COMMUNICATION

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Subtle open communication is an important tool for parents to give to their – the next-gen children a clear message – ‘we care for you.’ Once children enter their adolescence, they don’t always...

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SEVEN THINGS PARENTS SHOULD KNOW

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Few recognize the importance of training in parenting conduct. What we keep up as parenting methods are mere ‘hand-me-downs’ – an inherited package we got from our parents and they, in...