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  • Protect Your Child from Cyberbullying

    Cyber-bullying can take place via cell phones, computers and tablets, on social media sites, text messages, chat forums, blogs and websites. It can have a negative impact on a child's self esteem, self image and hinder their ability to learn effective social skills later on in life. There are certain measures you can take to protect your child.

  • Cyberbullying and Your Child

    Nikhil, an eighth standard student joined a social networking site as most of his friends were on it. One day at school, an incident took place where in Nikhil, was involved in a fight with another student causing embarrassment to him. Unfortunately, the incident was recorded and posted online. Nasty comments and the negative attention received online as well as in school, caused Nikhil to make excuses not to go to school, his grades dropped and overall he started to withdraw socially as well as at home.

  • Voice of a Child from a Broken Home

    A couples decision to separate or divorce can have an impact on the children. This is a true experience of a young child from a broken home.

  • Parenting Tips to avoid Physical Abuse

    Most parents love their children and want what is best for them. So how does abuse happen? What would cause parents to abuse their child?

  • When Punishment becomes Abuse

    Spare the rod, spoil the child... Discipline is an important part of parenting. This article is intended to help parents and caregivers understand when the use of physical punishment to discipline children may cross the line and become abusive.

  • When Your Child is Getting Jealous of Others

    Just like adults, children experience jealousy too. Most parents either give in to their children and some even end up shaming their children when they feel jealous. At the end of the day, as a parent, you might be either conveying to your child that it is either okay to get jealous while you are comforting them and giving in to their demands. Or you are not allowing your child to feel an emotion that is only natural.
    So what does one do then?

  • Relief for the Stressed Out Mom

    Are you a stressed out mother? Always in a hurry? Feel pressure to keep going, planning, doing, etc.? Good news. There's a way to deal with this.

  • Children and a world of Science

    Science is not always complex. For kids, it is just about observing what's around and understanding how the everyday world works. The ‘why' questions parents so often hear are the initial scientific investigations of children.

  • Challenges of Single Parenting

    Parenting, under the best of circumstances can be challenging. When you are a single parent the challenges are multifold and it takes a bit of juggling to find the right balance.

  • Understanding Child Sexual Abuse

    The topic of child sexual abuse (CSA) has been brought to our attention. Though the known incidents of CSA seem to be on the rise, fortunately, the resources to deal with it have increased as well. New curriculum has been introduced into schools to build awareness, and school safety measures have been expanded to create a safer environment for children. For the individual who is a survivor of CSA, there is psychological counseling and plenty of information available to equip a person to make sense of and deal with the long-term effects of their experience.

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