Category Archives: Parenting

Tips On Giving Pocket Money To Kids

Young Boy with Pocket MoneyIf you want your kids to learn about the basics of managing money, then probably giving them some pocket money can be the first step towards it. In addition, if your family values or finances suggest that you do not give pocket money to kids, then that can be an equally essential learning for them. Continue reading

Tips On How To Parent Teenagers While Looking After Yourself

Parenting Tips Teenagers The transition from parenting a child to parenting a teenager is a huge one. The time and energy involved is not quite at the same level. During your toddler’s early years, prime focus was on feeding, bathing, buying new baby girl clothes and comforting the baby. After attaining teenage, children become more independent, yet require practical guidance and active involvement of parents in their day-to-day activities. Continue reading

Children And Lying – Problems And Solution

How To Stop LyingA child learns through his or her surroundings. Be it good or bad, the environment around children is their greatest teacher. Their environment includes, media, peer pressure, the things they go through in their everyday life and through their parents too. Continue reading

How To Stop Bullying? What To Do If Your Child Is A Bully Or Being Bullied

How To Stop BullyingHow to stop bullying? There is a common perception about bullies that they act as a threat to others in order to cover up their own fears. Although, this might be a fact, it is highly unacceptable that bullies be treated as victims of their fear, feel sorry for them and not hold them responsible for threatening innocent defenseless people.  Continue reading

Ways To Control Anger Over Your Child – Anger Management Techniques

Anger Management Techniques It is true when they say that becoming a parent comes with great responsibility. Ninety-Five percent of the kids are mischievous, stubborn and do not listen to their parents. In such situations, even the calmest of individuals are likely to lose their temper and patience. Therefore, most parents tend to get angry on their children. Continue reading