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7 Nov

13 Lies Children Tell Their Parents

There are some common lies that children and teens tell their parents. The article dwells on how to identify that a child is lying and how to react without hurting the child’s self image.

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1 Nov

What’s Happening in Character? 19 Signs Your Child Is Being Bullied and What to Do about It

Children often don’t talk about being bullied. The articles helps parents identify signs of bullying and suggests ways of communicating to the child and concerned individuals in such a situation.

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24 Sep

How to talk to their kids about their art

The article talks about alternate ways of appreciating artwork done by kids. It also gives us some insight into how to enhance creative expression in kids.

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3 Sep

How to Stop Being a Control Freak

The article describes the drawbacks of perfectionism and ways to surrender to reality to overcome habitual perfectionism.

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12 Aug

Parenting: Busy as a Bee

3 tips to handle the emotional overload of parenting

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5 Aug

Teach Kids When They’re Ready

The article’s key message is about teaching kids appropriately complex lessons at the correct age and about not burdening kids from an early age.

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28 Jul

Parenting with the 11 Principles

Talks about Communities of Character built around 11 Principles and the two modern parenting models;carpenter and gardener

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22 Jul

On Children

A poem by Khalil Gibran underlining the importance of individuality and freedom of children

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15 Jul

Touch-feel-say bag

Place several small, differently shaped or textured objects in a bag, and have your child reach in to touch one and describe what he can feel ( round, pointy , heavy, rough etc.). Make sure nothing is taken out of the bag. This allows the mind to focus and recognize enhancing sensory perceptions, creating more neural pathways!

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15 Jul

Parenting is really hard. Having a growth mindset helps.

Ways to communicate thoughtfully and positively with children for a growth mindset.

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