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Reflections on Parenting: “I don’t know what to do”

Reflections on Parenting:

by Emma Grey (Life Balance Specialist) A few months ago, I asked for ideas for articles. One of the comments I received was this: “How do I parent effectively when half the time I feel lost and un-grownup and ineffective myself, when I struggle to have a wide enough perspective and an open enough heart to just […]

July 15, 2015 No Comments / Read More >>

Parenting

Tips to Parents: Dealing with Peer Pressure

Tips to Parents: Dealing with Peer Pressure

When a child reaches school age, parents can’t monitor them 24/7—what they do and who they go with.  At this stage, one of the hardest battles for both child and parent is peer pressure. When a child gets along with other kids in a playground or at school, they become susceptible to bullies, especially if […]

September 16, 2012 No Comments / Read More >>

Parenting

Interesting Tips to Handle Talk Backs

Interesting Tips to Handle Talk Backs

For parents, there’s nothing more frustrating than dealing with a child who talks back in the middle of conversation, especially when reprimanding or correcting them. Have you ever wondered why this scenario always happens in every home? It often gets down to an endless verbal battle with the child, not knowing that it will only […]

July 8, 2012 No Comments / Read More >>

Parenting

Tips on Screaming Kids

Tips on Screaming Kids

Parenting kids is the most crucial role of the parenthood. Parents must provide support to the children’s physical, emotional, spiritual, social and intellectual needs. They need to support their children in conquering the challenges and developmental stages of life. Otherwise, it might result into a serious problem in the future. Tips on how to stop […]

July 31, 2011 No Comments / Read More >>

Parenting

Tantrums in Children

Tantrums in Children

Everyone of us went through several essential growth & developmental stages. The second stage is known to be the most energetic phase (toddlerhood), full of excitement, curiosities, and learning, as they become increasingly aware of their environment. They also exhibit some sort of independence, doing things on their own. Sometimes they have difficulty saying the […]

June 25, 2011 No Comments / Read More >>

Parenting

Dealing with Boredom

Dealing with Boredom

People experience boredom for some time. It’s a condition where one feels total absence of interest in all kinds of activities. Major shifts in the stages of development would also mean change of interest. According to some, boredom is a sign of an unchallengeable thought, a feeling of insignificance or irrational feeling which is hard […]

June 18, 2011 No Comments / Read More >>