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Is your child’s teacher biased?

What are your options if you suspect an unfair bias against your child at school? Some logical options are provided here

Encourage play, not TV

Don't let the television bug grab your children this vacation. Engage them in outdoor activities and hobbies to help them grow

Dealing with Toddler Tantrums

Children throw tantrums as a way of expressing anger and frustration. Parents need to understand the needs and deficiencies of the child to help them deal with their emotions

Three Habits that Affect Kids

Nail biting, thumb and finger sucking are common habits, or minor problems, in children. When they become persistent, it's time to take action

When your Child Rebels

It ain't good to be complacent or cowed down by your child's mutiny

Free the Shy String in Your Child

There is a wealth of potential trapped within the heart and mind of every "withdrawn" child. It is important for parents to understand them and help awaken their self-esteem