In a competitive world, it's important for kids to have a positive self-esteem and enough confidence to handle failure and
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In a competitive world, it’s important for our kids to have the confidence to strive towards achieving their goals. Psychologist
Time-out can work really well to discipline your toddler when he’s been naughty. Here are some tips for successful time-outs.
Here’s how to get your toddler to do the things she never wants to do. By Rachel Waddilove for Practical
The first interplay between you and your baby is the subtle newborn talk and body language she’ll display to let
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In an ideal world we would all be perfect parents, making no mistakes in the upbringing of our children. But
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When your toddler starts to say “no”, it’s time to understand this important milestone. By Samantha Toweel-Moore
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Interrupting your conversations, pretending not to hear you, back chatting, and playing a little too rough with friends and siblings
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How to raise a child who’s able to make the most of her abilities – whatever her talents may be.
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