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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...

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Is Your Child Gifted? Think Beyond the Grades

Have you ever wondered if your child is gifted? It’s a question many parents ponder. But forget about grades or trophies; being gifted...

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From Summer to School. A Family Guide to Stress-Free Back-to-School Transitions

Ah, the sweet days of summer. No homework, relaxed schedules, and endless screen time. But what happens when the school year is just...

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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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Preparing Kids for a Future Defined by AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is more than just a buzzword; it’s shaping the future. And guess what? It’s also transforming the world your children...

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The Dos and Don’ts of Letting Your Kids Use AI. An Expert Guide

Artificial intelligence is like the Wild West of the digital age. On one hand, industry leaders like Bill Gates claim it will revolutionize...

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The Art of Apology. Teaching Kids to Say Sorry the Right Way

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you have had to apologize, but the words just wouldn’t come out right? You...

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Why Parents Need to Step Back and Let Kids Learn

The culture of overparenting has reached fever pitch in America, and it’s time for a change. Instead of over-scheduling our children, worrying about...

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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...

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The Dark Side of Helicopter Parenting

Parenting trends may come and go, but the question that remains constant is, “What style of parenting yields the most balanced, independent, and...