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Raising Empathetic Children

Last updated on January 26th, 2018 at 01:52 pmEveryone has a different approach to parenting, but most people have the same goal in mind: raising children who care about their children. Empathetic Children not only make them happier but also make them more likely to succeed, according to the researchers in human development. The ability […]

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Childhood Tantrums - 16 ways to tame the Tantrums

Childhood Tantrums – 16 ways to tame the Tantrums

Childhood tantrums are difficult to understand, difficult to prevent, and even more difficult to respond effectively when it occurs. It is not fun to see very young children struggling with stress and becoming emotionally hypersensitive. What can a parent do to deal with child behavior problems and raise children who are happy, healthy and emotionally […]

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Teaching Children Compassion and Kindness

16 Parenting experts discussing how to teach children compassion and kindness

Last updated on December 26th, 2017 at 07:03 pmTeaching compassion and kindness is just as important as teaching rest of the subjects. Kids learn from a different methods on how to behave as well as how to retain the required information. I believe that we teach kids to treat others as they want others to […]

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How to get boys reading

Common conception seems to be that fewer and fewer children are reading. But did you know that sales of children’s books rose by 16% over the past year, according to the Publishers’ Association?[1] It’s not all doom and gloom! Nevertheless, a full 76% of UK schoolteachers feel that boys struggle to read compared to girls. […]

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The Three-Step Fix for Bad Behavior in Children

The Three-Step Fix for Bad Behavior in Children!

Last updated on December 18th, 2017 at 03:57 pmConsistency in your reaction to an action is important because rewarding and punishing the same behavior at different times confuses your child. Even though you know your child well, there will be times when understanding the child’s behavior isn’t very clear .e.g. when you ask her to […]

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Preserve Creative Free Play in Childhood!

Last updated on December 31st, 2017 at 01:45 pmPreserve Creative Free Play in Childhood! The creative free play is the work of a child in which they are preparing themselves for adult roles and society as a whole. Parents today are so focused on getting their child into successful monetarily and educationally that they have […]

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sibling rivalry solutions-smart-parenting

Sibling Rivalry Solutions – Smart Parenting

Last updated on December 14th, 2017 at 02:43 pmWhat Causes Sibling Rivalry? The cause of sibling rivalry is parents, often inadvertently, creating an environment of competition instead of teamwork. Of course, some kids are naturally more jealous, or fair-minded, or attention-seeking. Many personal characteristics can foster increased rivalry. But the truth is, how the parent […]

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Social Emotional Intelligence

Developing Social Emotional Intelligence in Children

Last updated on December 10th, 2017 at 05:32 pmSocial Emotional Intelligence is crucial for lifelong success. Be it in academics, social skills, relationships, work and almost every aspect of life. These are skills we can start to cultivate in children at a young age through practice and inquiry. Skills like empathy can be taught through […]

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Cultural Exchange

Benefits of Cultural Exchange

Last updated on December 10th, 2017 at 05:32 pmThis week’s guest article features Summer Blackhurst. Summer is discussing the benefits of Cultural Exchange, and why is it a Perfect Way to Prepare Teens for College. Benefits of Cultural Exchange My friend manages a popular fast food restaurant in town and the teens she trains there […]

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Developing Emotional Intelligence in Children

Developing Emotional Intelligence in Children

Last updated on December 10th, 2017 at 05:32 pmEmotional Intelligence in Children Emotional intelligence influences how children perceive the world and how effective they are in dealing with the world. We can teach EI to any child but without instruction, they grow up with the emotional intelligence they absorb from their parents. Higher emotional intelligence […]

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