In my practice as a psychotherapist and parent coach, one of the parenting concerns I hear often is - ‘my child has no confidence…will she ever change…what should I do?’ The good news is that, research has proven that we can build a child’s confi...
Your cousin has a one-year-old that puts her bottle in the sink when she finishes the milk, no reminders needed. Where did all of these wonder children come from?
A child who understands and accepts responsibility will do better in school and in life, and home is the very best place to learn it. This Parent Guide looks at 10 of the very best things parents can do to build this vital trait in their children.
Children’s participation is more than just asking them for their ideas and views. It’s about listening to them, taking them seriously and turning their ideas and suggestions into reality.
Parents are the main source of a child's sense of self-worth. If you don't know where to start, here are the most effective ways to help your children become happy, self-assured, and successful.
Simply praising your child can actually do more harm than good. There are better ways to build self-esteem than heaping on praise for everything kids do. Here’s a comprehensive guide to building self-esteem in children.
Appreciation helps develop self-confidence. It helps your child get a sense of right from wrong, and prevents him from feeling neglected.
Take the time out and appreciate your child. Little things matter to him and make him feel better. Having said that, don't appreciate him at the drop of a hat. Here are five simple, but effective ways in which your can appreciate your child.