Renowned physiotherapist and the man who ‘physically shaped’ Indian cricket, John Gloster, explains how parents can use sports to raise resilient children and prepare them for a great life ahead
Good habits go a long way in character formation. And it's good to catch them young. Here are the top 20 habits for your little one
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Breaking up with a close friend can be devastating for anyone. Here's what you can do when your teen is heartbroken over a beautiful friendship that's turned sour
Parents must refrain from stereotyping their children. They must protect their children from its negative effects. Know more.
Preschool is a significant step in your child’s life — it’s the first stage of formal learning and also the first time they’ll be spending time away from you. Here are some tips to make the transition easier for you and your little one
As parents, it is essential to understand the importance of raising resilient boys and how simple acts of empathy and compassion can, in fact, play a great part in a boy's life.
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Don't we all admire an obedient and well-behaved child? But being the 'good' child' has its downside too. It can interfere with the child's social and emotional development. Read on to find out how.
Have we prepared our children to manage money when they grow up? Isn't it an essential life skill that we should impart to them?
Did the title of this story catch you by surprise? Yes, praise can be a great tool that can be used to motivate children. But sometimes it can cause more harm than good. Find out why
Does your child sulk and get angry at losing? Does his poor attitude at losing affect the way he approaches play? Read on to find out what makes a child a sore loser and how you can help
Does your child react a lot, expect you and others to do most things for her, seem helpless or lacking in age-appropriate practical skills? She could be an overprotected child.
While the importance of play in a child’s development is well known, the value of unstructured or free play is often underestimated. Here’s why and how you must encourage your child to engage in free play
What will happen if we give our young children choices? Will they start to rule the roost? Or will it help them become more responsible? Read on to find out
Is good education the only prerequisite for success? Not really. There are several crucial other factors that determine how well your child will do later in life
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Though it is instinctive for parents to protect their child, it is also important to let him be responsible for his actions. Here's how you can teach him to resolve some things himself
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Wish your preschooler was more disciplined and well-behaved? Here are 10 pointers on what you should do and what you shouldn't to inculcate discipline in your child
Issues like feeling lonely in a new school or separation from grandparents may seem trivial to elders but can be distressing to a child. Here's how you can guide your child through such ordeals
New York Times bestselling author Dr Tina Bryson, a psychotherapist and the founder/executive director of the center for connection in Pasadena, California, talks about why 'showing up' for your child is important and how it helps build a secure attachment. She also answers questions on her book co-authored with Dr Dan Seigel, 'The Power of Showing Up'
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