My 17 year old daughter is rebellious and has a boyfriend!

The teenage years are challenging for both children and parents. This is also the age when parental guidance is replaced by peer approval. Children are being exposed to various cultures, values and upbringing styles through their interaction with their friends, the internet and social media. The lines of divide have blurred to create a rather…

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My 14 year old daughter has lost her confidence while communicating

Sometimes what ‘appears’ to be the issue might not necessarily be the issue. Parents view a problem their child might have, from their adult perspective, but it is important for you to dig deeper to know the source of the problem or how the issue began. Because once you find out the source you can…

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The basic premise to understand How to Talk to your Child

The teen years can be very taxing for both children and parents. Children are going through changes on various levels – physical, emotional and self-identity. There is a huge internal struggle where they are trying to “break away” from their ‘child’ persona and stepping into the world of ‘maturity and young adulthood’. This is a…

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My teen lacks confidence and does not speak his heart out at home

Teenage years can be very tricky for some children and most parents! Teens do go through their share of physical change, mental confusion and shift from parental approval to peer opinion. Their complete identities are being put through a huge shift both internally and externally and many parts of their identity feel strange even to…

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Do you as a couple disagree on how to parent your children?

“Just chill its ok for him to eat in front of the TV – don’t be such a stickler all the time!” “You must allow children some down time – you can’t expect them to study all the time.” “So what if he didn’t say hello to your boss – he is just a kid.”…

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Is your child very bright but lazy and lacks motivation to excel?

Yes as a parent we want the best for our child. We want him/her to excel in academics, in personal development, in his all round growth. As parents we know how much our child is capable of achieving and try our best for him to reach the heights he deserves. We of course also benchmark…

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