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Love: the one language every child must be taught

Here are four simple ideas that will help you to teach your children the incredible power of love
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5 tried and tested ways to raise responsible children

Teaching responsibility to your child when both you and your spouse are working may be challenging, but it can be managed with the right approach
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Beware of these 7 toxic relationship habits

Watch out for behaviours that seem harmless but might grow into habits that could steal your happiness as a couple
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Six huge myths about caring for your newborn

These practices are so common, you may find it shocking to discover that they are harmful to your baby
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Busting the myths about breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is nature’s way of welcoming the newborn and comforting the new mother. But there are many myths that surround breastfeeding
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Here’s how you can get your child to enjoy reading

A life-long love for reading is the perfect gift you can give your child
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The Aikido of communication

Where are your communication difficulties? Do you find yourself accommodating too often, shutting down, taking another’s comments personally or being overly competitive or argumentative?
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The thoughtful way of responding to someone’s grief

There are helpful and unhelpful ways of reaching out to those who are going through grief
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5 practical ways to reduce your kid’s screen time

With the number of gadgets we own, it is becoming increasingly hard keep our kids off them, even for a short while. Here are some ways to get kids back to enjoying the innocent pleasures of childhood

How NOT to bring up someone’s poor parenting

Talking to someone about their way of parenting can be awkward. However, the trick is to not be judgemental or clumsy, says a parenting coach

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