Shaping Your Baby's Social-Emotional Development
We typically think of growing our baby's intelligence, movement skills and language. These areas of development are necessary and it's good that we stimulate this growth. However, more attention can be paid to social-emotional development. Here's why.
Blood Thinners and Diet Interactions
Blood thinners are medications taken orally or intravenously (through a vein) to prevent a blood clot.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: Building Real Relationships?
Have you ever felt that you are more comfortable chatting with people online instead of in person? Do you keep on checking your social media profiles? Has social media become your most important way of communicating in your personal life? If any of the above is your story, then this article might be for you.
Help Your Child Make Friends
Spending time and playing with friends is an important way for children to learn social skills. Kids need to be encouraged by parents to make friends when they are 3 or 4 years old, as at that time social interaction increases. Contact with the peer group makes the child more confident and facilitates learning rules like sharing, taking turns, exploring their own feelings and those of others.
E-mail Etiquette at the Workplace
Easy access to mails and blogs on the phones, laptops and desktops has popularized the time-saving, travel-free social interactions. It has become easier to opt for work from home, manage a team from a different location and organize an official meeting without much running around just by one click on a mouse. However, since e-mails are permanent records of a person's contribution to work, it is also essential to follow some email etiquette and guidelines that convey professionalism and efficiency.