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Raising Resilient Kids. 5 Phrases to Banish and What to Say Instead

Parents aim to rear children who are not only successful but also emotionally robust. According to leading psychotherapists, the route to achieving this...

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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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What Really Makes a Good Kid? A Global Perspective on Parenting Values

A Global Shift in Parenting Priorities Remember when good manners and obedience used to be the hallmark qualities of a “good kid”? Well,...

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How Right Phrasing Can Make Your Kids Thrive

Your Words Shape Their World It is no secret that parenting can be a high-stress job. Between work, household chores, and keeping your...

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Why Kids with Involved Dads Do Better in School

“Is Dad just a playmate, or can he be a game-changer in a child’s education?” New research from the University of Leeds suggests...