Parenting Advice : Say No to Comparison

01-10-2016   |   Posted By: Admin  |   1508 View(s)

All parents want their child to excel in everything. Parents always tend to compare their child with other children because they want to instigate competition in them so that they don’t lag behind other kids in any field. Sometimes, they compare to such an extent that both they and their child become stressed, and the psychological wellbeing of the child starts getting affected. ‘See your friend Richi, she is the same age as you, but unlike . Read more...

Parenting Tips : Support Kids at Sport !

25-09-2016   |   Posted By: Admin  |   976 View(s)

Sport is something where every single person should be interested in. May it be watching television or playing them. Sports not only keeps you physically fit and healthy but also helps maintain a proper metabolic rate. But some of the parents are against sports. They do not want their children to participate in any sport as they consider it a waste of time and only want their children to be academically active and not physically. This is where mo. Read more...

Are you worried about Parent Teacher Meetings ?

06-09-2016   |   Posted By: Admin  |   986 View(s)

Parent teacher meetings are the most important meetings on which the grooming of your children depends. Through this session not only do you get to know about the performance and behaviour of your child, but you also get to form a good rapport with the teacher so that you can benefit from it later. These meetings are usually for a short period, and in this little time, most of it should be done. Here the teacher also gets to know the family and h. Read more...

The Key to Raising a Responsible Child

31-08-2016   |   Posted By: Admin  |   1181 View(s)

These days one of the most problematic things that the parents need to go through is to look at the deeds and behaviour and also teach their children to do the same by providing them with a proper upbringing. The adults do have the habit of rewarding their actions and making it seem as if they meant something else. For instance, if we use two terms simultaneously like adultery and affair, the affair does not sound as bad as adultery. If we say we. Read more...

How to Cope Up With the Pressure of Results !

11-08-2016   |   Posted By: Admin  |   1515 View(s)

It is indeed a nerve-racking experience when you wait for your exam result be it the school passing out result or the results of an entrance examination. At times, the pressure of results becomes too difficult to handle, and this can lead to the student getting depressed as they wait for their result to come out. Counsellors recommend students to stay stress-free by not brooding over the same matter that is thinking over and over again about thei. Read more...

Parenthood Tips for Young Parents

07-08-2016   |   Posted By: Admin  |   2066 View(s)

As our children grow, we too grow as parents! Raising a child does not have a defined procedure, there is no right or wrong, and there is no guarantee either that your child will turn out to be an astronaut or will be exactly as you pictured him or her to be. They may surprise you 10 years after you have left them at a boarding school, or when they gradu. Read more...

College Admissions : Pressures Parents need to avoid !

03-08-2016   |   Posted By: Admin  |   2712 View(s)

College admissions in our country equal a mountain of pressure every single year! With the rising competition, however, comes a series of suicide cases which are sad and grip the nation with a persistent dilemma that centre around admissions and the severe pressure they elicit from thousands of students in the country. Whether you obtain a 90% or a 50%, the pressure can be daunting and can truly break or make a student’s life at a crossroad. Read more...

Dealing with Separation Anxiety in Toddlers

30-07-2016   |   Posted By: Admin  |   2355 View(s)

It is the nature of the children to cling on to the parents. Why should they not be? They are not punished with separation, but due to various unwanted circumstances, the separation becomes unavoidable. The reasons can be anything but the repercussion has to be dealt with care. If the child is overanxious and crying when you leave the room or going away, then he or she must be experiencing a phase called Separation Anxiety. [google_add] R. Read more...