Have you taught your child the importance of failing?
All our parenting efforts are always geared towards teaching our children how to be successful in life. But we must not forget to talk to them about the importance of failing
Ideas to impart financial literacy to your child
Like all other forms of education, financial literacy also begins at home and parents are the first teachers of this subject
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
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
Have you ever regretted becoming a parent?
Is your child giving you a difficult time? Try the ‘parent as coaches’ method
Consequences of labelling children + how to avoid it
Labels you thoughtlessly give to a child may stick with him and go on to shape his future
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
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
Have you discovered the power of “yet”?
Psychologist Carol Dweck shows us how a simple change of approach in teaching kids can make a huge impact on their self-confidence and performance
Managing expectations of your super-achieving child
What can you do when your ambitious and driven child fails at something? A psychologist shows you how to deal with a mismatch between expectations and outcomes