We’ve compiled some of the commonly asked questions on how you can monitor your kids’ phone usage and protect their privacy.... continue reading.
Meltdowns and tantrums are signs of poor problem-solving skills. Some of this is to be expected and will get better as your child grows and learns how to regulate their emotions.... continue reading.
Finding a balance and developing healthy habits for using social media is thus essential for making sure it has a positive presence in your child’s life.... continue reading.
Parents should have conversations with children from a young age about cybersecurity. This will help them develop the skills they need to be safe online.... continue reading.
The exhaustive list is compiled after hours of research from more than 200 different references, so you might want to go through it with popcorns by your side.... continue reading.
When adults hijack childhood, children miss out on the things that give texture and meaning to a human life, including moments of solitude and even of boredom.... continue reading.
It is common to experience a flood of emotions when you first catch your child in a lie. Before you respond, it is important that you give yourself a bit of time to calm down.... continue reading.
Tips to guide your child towards healthy media habits Byline: Judith Xavier We live in an age where most children are regularly exposed to media, in one form or another. As more media options become available, children are using them more frequently, and from a... continue reading.
It may come as a surprise to you, but children are actually very attentive to what they hear, especially when it comes from their parents. Here are five ways to show your understanding when the opportunity presents itself. 1. Give specific praises A generic praise... continue reading.
Work-Life harmony has been on the national agenda for more than a decade. Since 2008, Work-life awards have been given to recognize exemplary employers. In 2013 the Ministry of Manpower introduced the WorkPro grant, incentivising employers to implement flexible working arrangements for their staff; it... continue reading.
Every parent wants to be the best parent they can be and desires their children to be happy and successful in life. You may not believe it, but our children want to please us and desire our approval, even if sometimes they act like they don’t care! They are looking to us to affirm that they are the greatest children!... continue reading.
School progress reports have arrived and it doesn’t look good. Your son is missing multiple assignments and his grades are dropping fast. You know he can do better, but every time you try to talk about it, you get angry or frustrated. How can you effectively respond to trouble at school?... continue reading.