Monthly Archives: December 2012

How to Keep Children away from Laziness and Excuses

Lord Chesterfield once said “Aim at perfection in everything, though in most things it is unattainable. However, they who aim at it, and persevere, will come much nearer to it than those whose laziness and despondency make them give it up … Continue reading

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Is Sibling Rivalry a Serious Concern?

Sibling rivalry is normal in families with more than one child. It becomes a problem when one child bullies or dominates the other. It’s also a more complex issue than it first appears. On the surface, you have two kids … Continue reading

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Excess Aggression and Anger in Young Children

Do you have children with anger problems? Are you exhausted from constantly battling with an angry child who can’t control his temper? All children behave badly from time to time. But when explosive outbursts, violence, or out–of–control anger are ongoing, they … Continue reading

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What makes a good teacher

The teachers I admire most are those who remain intellectually curious and professionally vital both inside and outside the classroom for decades. They avoid stagnation at all costs and maintain an enviable passion for children and the learning process. They … Continue reading

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The relationship between children and books

Books are the basis of all knowledge and a love of reading and the written word can lead both child and parent on wonderful voyages of discovery. For no parent can possibly know the answers to the myriad of diverse … Continue reading

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How to make Meditation a part of Child’s Life

Voltaire once said “Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts in Eternal awareness or pure consciousness without objectification, knowing without thinking, merging finitude in infinity.” Meditation provides innumerable benefits to the mankind. Meditation enables human beings to experience divine powers. It … Continue reading

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Children who go through various stress in life

Intense and lasting stress may deliver a blow to a kid’s noggin; say researchers who found that a brain area linked to memory was smaller in children who had experienced chronic stress compared with their less-strained counterparts. Children feel stress … Continue reading

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