Sensitise your child to people with special needs and encourage him to treat them like he treats everyone else. Here's how!
Kids don't like taking 'No' for an answer but sometimes parents have to say it. Most parents find it difficult and end up yielding to their children's demands. Here are some tips on how to say 'No'.
Once your child steps into the teens, it triggers off the so-called 'generation gap'. What a tough time it is for both you and your child! These tips will enlighten you on how to bridge this gap.
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Once your baby becomes a toddler, it is important to encourage her to eat on her own. Not only will it give you a much-needed respite but also take your child a step closer to becoming independent.
Parents can play a big role in shaping children into worthwhile adults by being sensitive to their different needs at each stage of development. Here are some do's and don'ts for various phases.
For your child to live abundantly, successfully, purposefully and enjoyably, she needs to discover her hidden talents. Here's how you can help uncover them.
As today's children are tomorrow's adults, teaching them to respect the opposite gender will lay the foundation for a better society.
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.
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