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  • Checklist to Exercising in Pregnancy

    Pregnancy is a time of your life when you cared for by all and you too, want to do what’s best for both you and for your baby! It is highly possible that considering the demands of everyday life and the lack of time, you were not used to being active and now you are wondering whether it is safe or not for you to exercise.

  • Your Relationships and You

    Conflict is a natural part of different kinds of relationships. Our own unique life experiences cause us to deal with them in a certain way. While doing this is understandable, it is also helpful to learn about certain strategies that can help us handle these conflicts better, overall.

  • Resolving Parent-Teen Conflict

    When you consider what is going on during adolescence, a certain amount of squabbling and argument isn't surprising. Arguments often arise out of a clash of roles. As they mature, your teenager's job is to gain greater independence from you. Your job is to protect your teenager as much as possible as he or she exercises more freedom and acts more autonomously.

  • Stress Proofing Your Child

    If you feel that stress affects only adults and if you have been thinking, "but childhood means being carefree and happy, isn't it?", then think again. In a world of academic pressures and where tough competition exists with the need to perform to one's best, you may be worried about your child's future career and success. While many of these expectations can be motivating, excessive pressure can result in psychological ill-health and lower levels of well-being for children.

  • Effective Study Skills

    This article shares some useful insights into to your child's study world. As a busy parent, these points may not have come to your awareness. Following a certain structure and some strategies can do wonders and get you results.

  • Managing Difficult People

    "Every workplace has some people who are difficult to work with. But if we do NOT respond appropriately, the problem behaviour could get exaggerated. Inadequate response to such behaviours can also leave the rest of the team demotivated and resentful because the supervisor is not doing anything to protect their best interests. So as a concerned supervisor, it is part of your responsibility to do something - but what?"

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