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The Influence of Family Relationship in the Character Formation of Children

Growing up I would hear adults sing to their mothers and say that they compare them to their second god. Having understood the role of God in our lives, the greatest and the most significant is that He is the… Continue Reading →

Different Ways of Treating Introvert and Extrovert Children

The most crucial part of parenting process is to understand your child’s personality and caring for him/her accordingly. The most basic part of personalities (even in the MBTI’s type of personality) is being either an introvert or an extrovert. It… Continue Reading →

Children are always hungry for more

They say the initial years of a child’s life are the most important years because that’s when they grasp most about life, relationships, behavior and so on. In technical terms, it’s like the foundational programming that happens, the logical calculations… Continue Reading →

8 ways to maximize your child’s learning ability

This is a guest post by Charu Swaroop, she contributes to Yellow Giraffe – a store for kids’ toys online in India. A child’s learning ability is enhanced through the 5 senses of sight, hearing, touch, taste, and feeling. But… Continue Reading →

How to convince your children that you love them?

Every parent loves their children and makes every effort to make them feel loved but there is so much happening in our lives and our children’s lives that often as parents we might wonder if they really know how much… Continue Reading →

‘Cuddle’ – the most important key to great parenting

This article is one of the chapters from my eBook “5 Keywords of great parenting”, I want to encourage every parent, married couple & people who wish to become a parent someday to grab a copy of this book. These… Continue Reading →

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