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How to Help Your Child Understand Boundaries

Parenthood is an experience of its kind for any person. It’s not a mere phrase but an emotional roller coaster ride. You give birth to a little life and then all your life suddenly swirls around that little one. There are different stages to parenthood thereby parent-child relation evolves. There comes a time when you […]

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Severe effects: Life of a child after parents get divorced

A family’s life turns upside down when a divorce takes place. Do read the article to learn new ways to parent your child. Divorce has different effects on children depending on the parents. Some kids adjust to divorce in a healthy and comprehensible way, while others struggle. Children are resilient, and with the right support, […]

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Single Parenting And Its Hacks: Not A Cause Of Worry

Single-parent children could be as pleasant and psychologically healthy as youngsters reared by two biological parents. Whether a child has one or multiple parents, they benefit from loving, warm, sensitive, attentive, and adaptable parenting. Parents can provide this type of parenting to their children if they are generally secure in their parenting abilities, are concerned […]

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The Ultimate Parenting Guide to Raising Twins

Are you expecting twins? Learn about the benefits and drawbacks of having twin infants, as well as how to parent two children instead of one. Becoming a parent and introducing one child into the world is a life-changing experience. When we learn that there are two heartbeats in the womb, we usually fil with joy, […]

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Ultimate Guide To The Impacts Of Single Parenting

A parent who raises infants without the help of a partner is referred to as a single parent. There is a range of reasons why a single parent may have to raise a child without the aid of a partner. It’s probable that they were previously involved in a relationship that ended. Other parents may […]

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10 Things Parents Should Never Do!

Although being a parent is one of the blessed experiences ever, it can sometimes be very frustrating and irritating too. It is a fact that parents always remain concerned about their children. There are times when parents do something wonderful for their children from their end but that turns out to be something really bad. […]

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How To Protect Your Child From Safety Hazards?

As adults, we know what poses a threat to our safety. Furthermore, our body is stronger and we do not get injured as severely. Thus, we are able to survive in our adult-friendly home. However, your home probably has many potential hazards for a child. Therefore, it is essential to identify the risks to keep […]

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Conversations with your boys
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Conversations that you need to have with your boys

“Self-knowledge is the first step to maturity,” says prominent English author Jane Austen. Physical, mental and emotional awareness is both an individual and social concept. So, there is a need to encourage certain conversations with the boys that promote self-awareness. Because these conversations strengthen the roots for healthy social development and maturity of decisions, this optimizes […]

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How To Encourage Gender Sensitivity In Kids

Before we begin with the topic we will first understand what sensitivity is in general? Sensitivity means being simple appreciative of others’ feelings. Gender sensitivity in particular means a mindset in which you are considerate of the feelings of the opposite gender. It is a behaviour that avoids discrimination by understanding and accepting the multiple […]

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The Ultimate Guide for Parents ‘How to use Google

Parents are often warned how Google is a dangerous place whenever the topic of child safety comes up. Google has always been touted as this abyss of fraud and lies that can mislead everyone’s children. The constant negativity around Google does not help either. According to psychology, we humans tend to retain negative things more […]

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