Feb 11th, 2011
Being afraid of your child’s behavior undermines your authority as a parent because it’s hard to set limits successfully when you’re afraid. In part two of this series, James gives you 8 ways to get back parental control and stop living in fear of your child’s acting-out behavior.
Feb 10th, 2011
Do you walk on eggshells around your child, afraid of doing anything to set him off? Do you appease him when you notice he’s winding up to throw a tantrum? In part one of a two-part series, James Lehman, MSW explains how fear of acting-out behavior sets up a dangerous pattern for your child - and the whole family.
Feb 9th, 2011
In India, English is one of the official languages (besides Hindi), but many students attend regional and vernacular schools where they learn English as a second language (ESL). If you are teaching ESL, then here are some important tips or suggestions that you could use for your next class.
Feb 7th, 2011
Of all the ages kids go through, adolescence is by far the toughest one. All parents who think their kids have magically transformed into mini-monsters as soon they have hit their teens need to remember that we went through the same angst that our children now experience.
Feb 6th, 2011
Tired of ever-increasing electricity bills? Want to live a more sustainable lifestyle? If you're one of those homeowners who are dreaming of having a solar powered home, you should learn about DIY solar power kits. Solar power is available in three kinds. Take a look at these solar components you can use at home.
Feb 4th, 2011
Some of the world’s greatest minds - individuals whose works continue to resonate and inspire even today - also launched their prodigious careers early in life as well. Here's a list of prodigies who nurtured their talents as children before moving on to achieve some pretty amazing things.
Feb 3rd, 2011
The movie, Failure to Launch, paints the picture of parents struggling with kids who refuse to leave home. This begs the question how do we help our teenagers grow up and take responsibility? The goal is to provide freedom with responsibility.
Feb 2nd, 2011
Do you and your family loves to eat sweets and desserts? In India, gulab jamun is a very famous dessert that is eaten after meals. Here's the recipe to make gulab jamun. We hope your family will really enjoy this version of India's favourite dessert.
Feb 1st, 2011
There are two distinct views of reality. One is that reality is real, whether or not we choose to accept it. The second view is that reality is flexible. Which of these is correct? According to which view should we raise our kids? My answer is 'both'.