Category Archives: Parenting

The middle child syndrome is very real, some argue. What does science say?

Middle Child SyndromeThe middle child syndrome is very real. Children born in the middle order (like second out of three children) tend to be insecure. Older children get the bulk of the attention. Continue reading The middle child syndrome is very real, some argue. What does science say?

Warning signs of Teen Depression – Dealing with it

A Parent's guide to teenage depression and solutionsRaising a teenager into a responsible adult is a challenging task for any parent. But if their child end up in depression, then the task at hand can be daunting. Continue reading Warning signs of Teen Depression – Dealing with it

6 Smart Tactics of Teaching Child to Read Quickly and Effectively

Smart Tactics of Teaching Child to Read Quickly and EffectivelyAs a parent you want your child to learn the habit of reading early in life. Most of the children begin to read when they turn to 6 years of age. If you are exploring the ways of teaching children to read effectively in the formative years, given here are certain strategies which will help you for sure. Continue reading 6 Smart Tactics of Teaching Child to Read Quickly and Effectively

Show your love by writing a letter to your child

Show your love by writing a letter to your childIf you are a dad or mom surely you must wonder how your child would be twenty years from now. What he/she would be doing, where they would be, whether they would remember you and so on? The best way to be in touch with your child and to be a part of their lives forever is by writing a letter to your child. Continue reading Show your love by writing a letter to your child

Tips for Helping an Abandoned Child Cope and Thrive

Abandoned ChildChild abandonment is a sad reality that our world and nation faces. It is difficult for an abandoned child to forget this wound. Parents are usually the first ones to inscribe good or bad lessons on the fresh slate of a child’s mind. Continue reading Tips for Helping an Abandoned Child Cope and Thrive