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Thursday
Mar 10,2011

parenting-tips-discipline-your-child-easierChildren seem always consistently to come up with a means to ‘push our buttons’ and surely try our patience.  It is easy to feel annoyed, depressive, angry, displeased, upset and hurt.  It is at these times when our parenting skills are truly tested, and that it is essential we assert a kind but firm stance when it comes to doling out the discipline.  And let’s confront it – not a single one of us ever wish to harm our child with physical or verbal abuse.  We would like to show our child that such things are wrong, and penalizing a misbehavior or incorrect action with shouting or hitting is false.

Our aim while disciplining our children is to educate them to be helpful, responsible, kindhearted and respectful.  The most favorable method to teach this is to be consistent, implement the same punishment for the same misbehavior, and to talk about the discipline with your child plainly and truthfully later on.

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Thursday
Jan 13,2011

parenting-tips-child-feel-importantIt is important for a child’s healthy development to feel significant and valuable.  High self-confidence is a child’s suit of armor against the trials of the world. Children who feel great about themselves appear to have an less problematic moment managing conflicts and fending negative pressures. They have a tendency to to grin more readily and savour life. These children are naturalistic and more often than not optimistic.  It is also been depicted that children who feel important are well-versed, humble, and stand out in school, additional activities and hobbies and develop firm relationships with their colleagues.

In contrast to children who do not feel significant or cared for have poor self-confidence, and challenges may turn out to be origins of major worry and disappointment. Children who think badly with themselves have a tough time figuring out problems, and might grow into inactive, withdrawn, or dispirited children.

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Wednesday
Dec 29,2010

parenting-tips-skills-building-healthy-child-self-esteemYour child’s self-confidence is their mental basis. A self-assured child is surefooted, steady, pleased, well-adjusted and flourishing. They can figure out difficulties that arise, and it thrives under an admiring parent’s nurturing care.

What are few effective methods to built up self-confidence in your child?

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Sunday
Dec 26,2010

connect-with-your-child-parent-guideWe, as parents all would like to relate and be involved with our child.  Children of involved parents in general feeling more positive, ascertained and possess a higher level of self-confidence.  They do well in school and excel in extracurricular activities and as well as their hobbies.

But then are there such things as per overmuch involvement? It is essential while you are becoming involved with your school-aged child’s academics and activities that you be on familiar terms with the limit of what being overly involved can be.

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