Parenting Resources

Parenting Resources

Invest Something of Yourself in the Child – Building Self-Esteem in Children

Invest Something of Yourself in the Child - Building Self-Esteem in Children

Let children be involved in something outside the ordinary, programmed situation. Let them know your are willing to invest something personal of yours in your relationship with them. While I was working to develop self-grooming in Hilda, at a very early developmental stage, I used to pick her up and hold her next to me in front of the mirror …

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Tell Children They are Part of Your World – Building self-esteem in Children

Tell Children They are Part of Your World - Building self-esteem in Children

Whenever I brought something of my own children’s world into my professional work, for example, when I used their suggestions, their toys, and their games, I made a point of building my children’s self-esteem by telling them how useful their suggestions had been. Children I worked with often taught me things I then used in working with others. Hilda, for …

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अपने बच्चों को रोज प्रोत्साहित करें

अपने बच्चों को रोज प्रोत्साहित करें

हर मां-बाप चाहते हैं कि उनका बच्चा पढ़ाई-लिखाई में अच्छे नंबर लाए। पर अगर आपका बच्चा अच्छे नंबर नहीं ला पाता तो अापके अपने बच्चों का डाटना नहीं चाहिएं। एेसा करने से वह सोचते है कि वह अकेले है अौर वच्चें अपना आत्मविश्वास खो देते है। बच्चे हमेशा वही करते हैं जो अाप उनके सामने करते या फिर बोलते हैं। …

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Have No Unspoken Expectations

Have No Unspoken Expectations

Expectations can sometimes evoke energy and excitement when you and the child share them openly and willingly. On the other hand, expectations can be a source of confusion and anxiety in children when they remain unstated or presumed. Furthermore, expectations, stated or unstated, often get in the way of certain kinds of creative success in children. I find it helpful …

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Your toddler is already a tech pro: Study

Your toddler is already a tech pro: Study

Babies as young as two-year-olds are adept at using touch screens, and can swipe, unlock and actively search for features on smartphones and tablets, a new study has found. This level of interactivity is akin to play, the researchers said, suggesting that the technology might have a potential role in childhood developmental assessment. They base their findings on 82 questionnaires …

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कैसे बने ‘स्मार्ट’ माँ

कैसे बने 'स्मार्ट' माँ

आजकल की मार्डन लाइफ इतनी तेजी से चल रही है कि हर कोई इसी रफ्तार के साथ चलना चाहता है। अाज के बदलते समय में बच्चे स्मार्ट मॉम चाहते हैं। एक औरत की स्मार्टनेस उसके बच्चों के सही ढंग से लालन-पालन में है। बच्चों के आचार-व्यवहार पर टिकी उसकी स्मार्टनेस के कुछ गुण आपको भी सीख लें तो आप भी …

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Your Grandpa Uses His Brain Better Than You

Debunking earlier theories that our brains go into a steady decline as we age, researchers have found that the human brain works slower in old age but only because it has stored more information over time. “If you think linguistic skill involves something like being able to choose one word given another, younger adults seem to do better in this …

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Use Humor in Building Relationships

Relationship encounters are usually more inviting if children expect they’re going to be fun, and maybe even funny. Using humor effectively requires paying special attention to the relationship. In order to be humorous, you can’t merely superficially attend to a child, you must be very present to the nuances of the interaction. Humor is often based on a special awareness …

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