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Nina is a certified mediator with a background in psychology. She covers a wide range of topics from emotional well-being to stress management for the entire family.

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Harvard Researcher Reveals the Toxic Trap of Parental Anxiety. How to Break Free and Boost Your Child’s Success

Parental worry is as natural as breathing. We live in a turbulent world, and it’s understandable for moms and dads to want to...

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Raise Emotionally Smart Kids. 3 Phrases to Ditch Now According to a Neuropsychologist

When it comes to parenting, the way you communicate with your children plays a pivotal role in shaping their emotional intelligence. So, what...

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Harvard and Yale Experts Share 3 Life-Changing Tips for Parents

If you’re scratching your head about how to ensure your child grows up happy, you’re not alone. Luckily, renowned happiness gurus Laurie Santos...

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Unlocking the Secret to the World’s Happiest Kids. What Dutch Parents Avoid Doing

Why Dutch Kids Don’t Need School Buses Have you ever wondered why you don’t see many school buses in the Netherlands? That’s because...

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Two Proven Activities for Raising Brainy Kids, Backed by Science

Would you believe that the secret to a smarter, more well-rounded child could be as simple as encouraging them to play team sports...

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When Traditional Schooling Isn’t Enough. A Story of Two Remarkable Sisters

Marie and John Williams watched in awe as their youngest son, Tim, completed his high school education at just 14 years old, following...

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Why ‘Calm Down’ is Not a Good Advice for Anxious Children

Children are bundles of emotions. While the ups and downs are natural, managing a child’s anxiety requires more than just asking them to...


Your Work Stress Is Affecting Your Kids. Here’s How to Fix It

For many parents who juggle work commitments with raising a family, the line between work life and home life often blurs. It’s not...

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A Parent’s Guide to Nurturing Empathy and Creativity

Parents often wrestle with the misconception that sensitivity in children is a flaw. Phrases like “Don’t cry” or “Toughen up” echo in homes,...

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Boosting Your Child’s Brain and Heart. Five Alternatives to Negative Phrases

A Neuroscientist’s Perspective on the Power of Words in Parenting As a parent, have you ever considered the power your words can have...