Topics: Parenting

Long Dark Road

I recall reading about a woman who soon after giving birth to her beautiful little girl suffered severely with post-natal [...]
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Refusing on your Kids’ Desire

“In everything you do, always follow your heart, Darling.” This famous line is what my mom always reminds me every [...]
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Our House

Our House

Years ago I took out a ball of dough. I rolled it, patted it, and marked it with an H [...]
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Genius is Made, Not Born?

Genius Is Made, Not Born?

Parents demand a lot from their children nowadays. From extracurricular activities to accelerated learning programs, children are asked to demonstrate [...]
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Encourage Risk-Averse Kids to Overcome Fear

How to Encourage Risk-Averse Kids to Overcome Fear?

“You’re braver than you believe, smarter than you think and stronger than you seem”. - Christopher Robin, Winnie the Pooh [...]
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Your Child Finds His Passion

Exploring, with Patience, Until Your Child Finds His Passion

We have one child, a son, who didn’t find his passion until he was 25 – and what he chose surprised us all. As an [...]
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Raising Intelligent Children with Learning Difference

In the effort to help our children negotiate today’s challenging academic environments, parents and teachers have become vigilant in their [...]
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An unexpected lesson

An Unexpected Lesson

Ever wondered how or what a child dreams of? Candy land? Perhaps running…or even walking in a lush field of [...]
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Top 50 Tips for Success in High School and College

Top 50 Tips for Success in High School and College

As your children become high school or college students, some parents may feel they have less influence (or work) than [...]
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An Identity in the Brew

An Identity in the Brew

When we are born, we find ourselves warped into a mindless and haphazard world of segregation and creed. Everywhere we [...]
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