Time Management for Kids

Time Management for Kids

Time Management for Kids should be taught to kids when they are young so that they understand the benefits of this important skill. We all know that everyone has only 24 hours in a day, but it is important to learn the skill of time management to be successful. The difference between a successful person…

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Want to know how to get your child to listen to you the first time?

Recently I was approached, by parents of a teenage boy who had just stopped listening to them. Every time the mother would say something he would just cover his ears with his hands! Nothing they said could get him to listen. He had reached a point where whether his parents said something for his benefit…

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How do I set expectations or goals for my child?

Parenting can sometimes seem like a tight rope walking exercise – trying to balance what you say, when to say, how to say and how much you say. But once you have practised and got the basics in place it becomes smoother and easier. Its just about getting the balance right and then the ride…

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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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