Parenting

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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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How the story-telling ritual helps your child’s development

Story-telling has been a part of human culture for thousands of years. However, due to the exposure to technology, many families are losing this valuable tradition. Find out why storytelling is important and how you can revive it in your family
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How to make your children know that they are loved

Knowing that they are loved unconditionally is vital for the emotional wellbeing of your children
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Teenage love: what should a parent do

A psychologist tells you how you ought to deal with your teenager's love, which might be a just passing infatuation but could also culminate into a more serious long-term courtship
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Six practical ways to prevent sibling rivalry among your kids

A parent coach shares ideas that you can use to help your children get along with each other
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To be a good parent, you need to show tough love

If you wish to raise your child to be a balanced individual who understands both praise and criticism, you need to stop trying to be a good parent

When your kids opt for off-beat careers

What do parents do when their children decide to walk the road less travelled? Three parents share their experience
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Has your child ever run away from school? Mine did

When a child wants to avoid school or escape from there, don't presume it's normal. You need to stop and question why.
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Choosing a playschool for your child? Don’t overlook these key factors

With a plethora of nurseries and preschools to choose from, making the best decision for your child can seem overwhelming. Keep it simple and follow these basic guidelines

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