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Boy studing in stress

Testing times: how to support your child during times of crucial exams

Don’t let exam stress get the better of your child
Mother daughter playing with toys, play

This holiday season, gift your child the power of play

There are so many benefits that playing one-to-one with your child offers, that it could be the best gift you give yourself and her
family dinner at christmas, holidays

Going home for the holidays does not have to be agony

How to avoid the drama and tension that surfaces when families reunite for the holidays
Mother concerned about her anxious teen

5 ways to support your anxious and ‘lost’ teen

Whether you are a parent, teacher, uncle, aunt or even just a neighbour to a teen, these tips can help you support them in their challenging years
Mother disappointed with her child

Have you ever regretted becoming a parent?

Is your child giving you a difficult time? Try the ‘parent as coaches’ method
distressed boy against blackboard with negative labels

But he is so slow: Are labels throttling your child’s potential?

Labels you thoughtlessly give to a child may stick with him and go on to shape his future
Parents annoyed at their child / co-dependent children concept

Seven things every parent must do to raise independent children

Being in a co-dependent relationship can have an adverse affect on us and we may end up teaching our children the same thing
frustrated mother with child who doesn't obey

How to instruct children in a way that they will listen

Many parents complain that their children follow instructions only after they are repeated several times. Let’s look at what we as parents could be doing wrong
Alpha couples fighting

Making it work when both partners are type A personalities

When both partners in a marriage are alpha personalities, you need to give your relationship extra care if you want it to last
anger concept / angry couple fighting

Why is there anger in marriage, and what can one do about it?

In spite of the best intentions of partners, anger prevails in marriages and close long-term relationships, almost as if by compulsion. Is there a way to cultivate an anger-free relationship?


Arun Ganapathy