Whether you are parenting a preschooler or a teenager, it is important to check in with yourself about one thing: Is it possible that you may be a pushy parent?
Is your child unable to put down their gadget without fight, tears or yelling? Learn from an award-winning, global screen-time expert how you can handle this new “menace” of screens
Patience is a virtue that kids can be taught. We know that lecturing them about patience makes them impatient. So, try these eight hands-on activities and watch your child grow in patience
Why do you think a child acts mean? Is it just bad behaviour or a desperate cry for help? As parents, you need to step in and help your child change before his meanness becomes self-destructive.
Today, it is impossible for teens and children to do anything without the Internet. However, as a parent, you must monitor and regulate your child's use of it, lest it leads to addiction.
Parenting styles refer to how we control and support our children and also the behavioral and performance standards we expect from them. Here are details that will help you make an informed choice
Dr Laura Markham is a clinical psychologist, founder of Aha Parenting and author of "Peaceful Parent, Happy Kids: How To Stop Yelling and Start Connecting and Peaceful Parent", "Happy Siblings: How to Stop the Fighting and Raise Friends for Life". In this video, she talks about the science behind parent coaching, the three big ideas for parents, a step-by-step approach to disciplining children and much more. Watch the video to learn how to uncomplicate parenting!
In this enlightening video, Australian parenting expert Maggie Dent explains how boys and girls express themselves differently and why it is important for parents to allow children to figure out things themselves instead of stepping in and correcting them constantly
Your preschooler just won’t listen to you. He refuses to get ready for school. You are at your wit’s end, ready to spank him. But, wait! Are there better ways to handle the situation that will strengthen your relationship with your child? Will time-outs and time-in’s work? Read on to find out
Power struggles often have a big impact on the parent-child bond. In this video, author, teacher and family therapist Susan Stiffelman breaks down parent-child power struggles: how they happen, how to avoid them and how to diffuse them. She also talks about how we can make the best of the pandemic and support our children’s learning during this period
Is it okay for boys to cry? Why is this act of crying considered such a big deal and frowned upon by society? This comic strip explores this sensitive topic in detail
With kids being occupied most of the time with online classes all the while remaining indoors, non-screen activities are the need of the hour. Know how Fevicreate can help
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