Dec 24th, 2010
All parents wish to provide their children with a firm moral foundation and see them grow into good human beings. As a conscious parent, your aim is not to control children through religion or spiritualism but to free their minds from rigidity and conventional clutter.
Dec 21st, 2010
Three of the most important skills for children to learn as a foundation for good behavior are: how to read social situations, how to manage emotions, and how to solve problems appropriately. If your child can learn to master these three tasks with your help, he will be well on his way to functioning successfully as an adult.
Dec 18th, 2010
Developing rapport with a person of any age is important when it comes to relaying information and when it comes to creating a sense of trust with that person. In NLP there is a highly effective way to develop rapport with someone, whether that person is a child or an adult.
Dec 17th, 2010
Spiritual parenting involves teaching respect for all faiths and should include a discussion on the existence of children of other faiths, and why they should not be feared nor dominated, but simply respected. Here are a number of ways to introduce the premise of other faiths to your child.
Dec 15th, 2010
Parents want to enrol their children in schools that promise the best chance of success. In all this, the parent loses sight of one basic fact - it is not the school alone that molds your child. The learning process begins at home. The child’s first classroom is, in fact, right there in the house.
Dec 14th, 2010
Getting into the school routine can be hard for everyone in the house. So how can you get your child to be more motivated? The important thing to remember is this: your child is motivated - they’re just motivated to resist you. Keep reading to find out how you can turn this negative motivation into a positive one.
Dec 13th, 2010
When we think of giving gifts, we usually think of things to buy for people. Yet if you think back on gifts you've been given, it might not be the material gifts you received that are foremost in your mind - it might be the kind of gifts that deeply touched your heart and soul.
Dec 12th, 2010
If you have a child in a boarding school (or intend to puts yours in one) it makes a lot of sense to sign up on a parent-teacher networking site. Thanks to the internet, parents all over the world are finding it easy and convenient to keep in touch with teachers and school authorities.
Dec 9th, 2010
Separation anxiety is a form of extreme stress experienced by a child if a caregiver or parent, with whom they interact on a daily basis, is not in sight. To ensure that your child grows up emotionally secure and well-adjusted, here's what you can do to relieve yourself and your child of unnecessary stress.