My son does not make eye contact while speaking with others

With the advent of various gadgets that seek our attention – we are spending more and more time ‘looking’ at movement on our screens versus looking up and noticing other human beings. A recent study conducted showed how children can no longer understand a wide range of emotions on the faces of others as they…

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How to start the new academic year with freshness and positivity…

Two months of summer time are over! For some it might have felt like the blink of an eye and for some it might have felt like a long stretch of time. Well for both it is over. What lies in front of parents and children is the fresh start of a new academic year.…

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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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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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My child does not face challenges and gives up without trying

Our benchmark for our child and ourselves usually is 10/10 and then we define whether we have done well or not. However, sometimes it is this very benchmark that can create fear of failure or on the other hand extreme inertia to attempt something. How many of you parents procrastinate? If you go within you,…

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As a working mother I feel I do not spend enough time on my child’s development

As mothers we tend to be hard on ourselves most of the time – our thoughts raging around how we could have spoken calmly to our child instead of raising our voice, how we could have remembered to dress him up for book day instead of letting the day slip by with him returning home…

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