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  • Your Tantrum Toolbox

    Tantrums. A word that can send a shudder down even the most confident parent's spine! Find out 5 time-tested ways to manage your child's tantrums.

  • Positive Discipline for your Preschooler

    Ages 3 to 5 are wonderful years in your child's life. However, as your child's need for independence grows, you may experience more battles at home. Did you know that punishing, shouting and lecturing are ineffective ways to guide your child? Try a new approach called Positive Discipline. Not only will it result in your child being motivated to behave well, you as a parent will gain peace of mind too.

  • 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?

  • Easing Your Child's Separation Anxiety When Going Back to Work

    When you leave your baby with someone else, he may scream, cry and cling on to you, throw tantrums or refuse to go to others. It can be a stressful and unsettling time for you as well as your child. Understanding what your child is going through and having a few coping strategies can help you deal with this in a healthy way and get through it.

  • Disciplining Children in Public

    A child misbehaving in public may lead parents to overreact and feel frustrated. After all, kids of good parents are supposed to behave themselves. A public incident is very embarrassing for  parents as it attracts a lot of attention. A little planning can help parents deal with children misbehaving in public.

  • First Day of School

    Time flew by and none of us realized how fast they had grown up. We stand there wondering what it will be like, for them and for us. Will they refuse? Will there be unbearable cries and pleas to be taken back home? Or worse, will they walk on and not look back? The first day of school breeds anxiety, and tensions rise high as both parents and child wonder what is going to happen next.

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