How to Deal with your Children’s Anxiety

According to Danny Pine, one of the world’s top anxiety researchers, one in five children experience anxiety issues by the time they reach adolescence. 

As parents, you have a big role in helping them cope with it. Take small steps by listening to your child, validating their feeling of discomfort, and helping your child with coping mechanisms. 

Here are some steps you can consider on how to deal with your child’s anxiety. 

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5 Tips to Encourage your Children to Study Well

“Study well! Only then will you get a good job when you grow up”. How often did your parents say this to you? And how many of you are still saying this to your children?

Children are a universe of knowledge by themselves. As adults, it’s delightful to come across surprising insights from your young ones when you least expect it. Well, it can be tricky to keep them on the right path.How can you help your children avoid the pressure and unhealthy escape mechanisms? With simple changes in your approach, you can be their best motivators and role models.

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10 Things to Do with Your Teen Before Sending Them to College

Do you wonder how time flies bringing up your children? The little hardships of raising children disappears when you see them grow up to become healthy and hearty young adults with a good-nature. When they are ready to enter college, memories of pre-school and high school years flash across your eyes. It is a moment of truth for every parent.  

Going to a college is entirely different from high school. It is a more open environment, and teenagers may find it exciting and overwhelming at times. As parents, you must prepare them in the best way so that they confidently blend into a new system and accept challenges as life goes on. Here are some things you must do before sending your teens to college.

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How to Develop and Nurture Your Child’s Talents

Children are unique, and each child is born with unique talents. Identifying them at a young age, and encouraging your child to nurture that talent to the best of their ability is what makes all the difference. Parents, teachers, and relatives are instrumental in helping to discover these talents and incorporating them into your child’s life. 

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7 Ways to Protect your Kids from Being Bullied

Children are most protected at home. Though initial social skills are learnt there, they grow up with experiences from their external surroundings. It could be school, extra curricular classes, park, parties and even tuition with friends and neighbours. One thing children commonly experience in interactions is bullying. It’s important to equip your kids with the tools they need to handle such a situation. Sometimes, in extreme scenarios, parents may have to interfere. Let us go through some simple techniques you can use to help your children face this reality.

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Tips To Improve Your Children’s Self Confidence

“The greatest gifts we can give our children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.” Maria Montessori

Sometimes we see children cry out of fear. It simply shows their lack of confidence. When children are guided and encouraged to explore the unknown, they overcome their fear and grow into confident individuals. As parents and teachers, our efforts should be on the larger picture. Only a confident child will be able to take risks and overcome challenges. The world can be a tough place to live in, so here are some tips to improve your child’s self-confidence. 

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How To Get Your Kids To Eat Healthy

Do you agree that feeding kids is the toughest part of parenting? Even after combining all the blood, sweat, and tears, there’s always some part of the food left on the plate.

Although, kids don’t understand the importance of healthy eating, as a parent it’s our duty to ensure that our kids eat regularly and healthily to perform and grow effectively. 

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Mommy Self Care

When do mothers get time for a hot oil massage, a pedicure, a nice cup of hot coffee to sit down with or a chat with a comforting friend? Sometimes a stroll to a nearby grocery can be refreshing after days together of mundane home managing. Though self-care may sound tangible, it has an emotional attribute too.  

Mothers try a balancing act but always put their needs aside to cater to other family members. While bringing up a baby, new moms constantly get parental burnouts. New mums often forget the fact they should need to be nourished, as does the baby. So, it’s important to nudge them about eating and sleeping well. But, with limited time at their fingertips how can new moms prioritize their needs? 

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Tips For Maximum Productivity For Work From Home Moms

Answer the office call.. Feed the kids.. Eat something.. Cook something first.. Manage household chores.. 

Being able to work from home is undoubtedly amazing. With no commute, comfortable pyjamas, loads of family time, it’s just something we all dreamed of at some point in our lives.

But now we moms have realized that it requires a lot of planning, organization and commitment. So to help do that, here are a few things you can consider for maximum productivity while working from home:

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How To Keep Your Children Physically Active During The Lockdown

Do you often feel that kids have some mysterious infinite powerhouse that keeps them energized 24×7? They’ll run, play, sing, dance, jump and do every possible thing and still have the energy to do something more.

Well, studies suggest that kids’ muscles resist fatigue in a similar way to those of elite endurance athletes. Hence, they never get tired and are always full of energy.

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