This is not an easy question to answer and a lot of parents voice their concerns on the daily level regarding this issue. But in the end, a lot of it comes down to knowing your child, their way of thinking and putting in place certain rules and restrictions in order to do your best to insure the ultimate level of safety for your kid. We will tackle some issues that come with this decision in this article, and try to provide you with the right tips to help you make the decision that is most suitable for you and your family. …Read more... →
Choosing the right career path is almost like choosing the road to a life of eternal happiness or a life full of struggles and dissatisfaction. In this age of low employment and high competition, there are several adults who struggle to select a career path and stick to it. In the case of children, the decision is tougher. As the reality of life and the importance of being career oriented get more and more important for young children, the onus is now on the parents. It is they who need to assist the children in their bid to choose the appropriate career path. Here are some tips on how to assist your child to select the right career path.…Read more... →
You might’ve noticed that your child spends less time playing outside than you did when you were younger. That’s why it’s important for them to know that enjoyment can be found outdoors, too. And you don’t have to go far! As the lighter nights come in, spend time after school in the back garden or down at a local allotment and have fun whilst educating your children.…Read more... →
If you have a child who has ADD or ADHD, you may be struggling with how to best raise him or her. It can be a real challenge to know how to communicate, discipline, accept, and work with your child when they are also having to deal with something that they’re not really equipped to handle either. Luckily, there are a lot of resources out there that can help parents feel like they can better reach out to their child and help them find success. To show you some of these, here are three ways you can help your child with ADD or ADHD.…Read more... →
The last thing any good parent wants is a child that’s not confident or insecure when it comes to their appearance. Ironically, this doesn’t stem from helping them develop an awareness of the way they look, but rather ignoring it at an early stage. The idea is not to have them obsess over every detail and spend two hours in the bathroom every morning, but rather to simply develop good habits.…Read more... →
When they wrote the manual on how to raise children, they left out the chapter on children with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Watching your child struggle with the irrational nature of their rituals and fears can quickly leave a parent feeling just as powerless as their child. …Read more... →
There are certain things which you discover quite early on your life to be extremely effective in helping you cope with the worst of conditions such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, granted which are different to…Read more...
According to a new study by the Children's Play Policy Forum, play can boost a child's development, including their independent learning skills, languageand problem-solving. On top of improving their physical and mental health, playtime can…Read more...