Mar 24th, 2010
Kids these days are exposed to a variety of video games. But it appears it’s not all doom and gloom on the violent video games front. Just because these games include some violence does not mean your child is going to turn out to be a violent killer when he grows up.
Mar 22nd, 2010
Wish you could get your child to look squeaky-clean and spruced up with the wave of a magic wand? If getting your kids to wash up is becoming a chore, here are some tips to make it fun for you and your child.
Mar 21st, 2010
If you're dealing with a stubborn child and are close to losing your mind, watch the video by CNVC Certified NVC Trainer Inbal Kashtan where she discusses and demonstrates how to work with the incessant "no" from a child.
Mar 21st, 2010
Natural as it may seem, making and keeping friends is actually a gradual learning process. Parents need to exploit every opportunity to encourage their children to develop the necessary social skills – as well as help them with conflict and rejection. These are very much a part of peer interaction, too.
Mar 19th, 2010
Parents almost always forget to ask questions, to gather important information. Asking a few simple questions to your toddler or young child will often solve problems.
Mar 18th, 2010
For most of us who have grown up in India, the idea of seeking help for ‘special problems’ is anathema. This is even truer when it comes to finding professional help for our children.
Mar 15th, 2010
Studies show that high self-esteem is the #1 ingredient essential for developing happiness, fulfilment, rich relationships, and overall success in life. In the life of every child, usually sometime between birth and age 6, something happens to have the child doubt him or herself. Someone says or does something that has the child believe that he or she is flawed, unlovable, not worthy, imperfect.