Archive for 'Behavior'
With a few tips, you can overcome homework battles with your children. Homework Battles Today, kids can get a lot of homework, and getting them to do it can be a running battle in many homes. [...]
Teenagers who are happy and positive during adolescence are found to have better general health as adults and are less likely to take part in risky behaviours, according to a recent study published in the July [...]
The difference between shyness and social anxiety disorder. Shy Kids Everyone feels shy now and again, but social anxiety disorder requires more consideration because it can affect school performance, lead to depression and low self-confidence. Cynthia [...]
A look at how our children’s brains and thinking change as they grow. Brain Development If you’re the parent of a teen, then you’ve probably noticed how much your teen questions why things are the way [...]
What parents need to consider to keep their adolescents safe. Keeping Adolescents Safe Have you had the “big talk” with your preteen or even teen? Most parents dread the idea of sitting down and discussing the [...]
How a little extra shut eye could make you an even better parent. Sleep’s Role on Good Parenting Because it is so difficult to accomplish all of the things we need to in a day, many [...]
What to do if your child is struggling with learning to read. Children Struggling with Reading Dyslexia is a condition that makes reading difficult. Letters are often misinterpreted and a child can easily fall behind if [...]
How’s your child doing in school? An improvement in his grades may be no further away than a good night’s sleep. Sleep is a complex process with many stages including drowsiness, moderate sleep, deep restorative sleep, [...]
Experts agree that bullying can affect a child well after the bullying is over. In fact, the effects can scar a child for life. The Effects of Bullying Bullying is a huge stress on children, and [...]
Is your child disruptive in school? While there are many reasons children become disruptive, it is important that parents treat it seriously. When children are disruptive in the classroom it can cause a lot of problems [...]
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