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5 Mindfulness techniques you can use with your kids

What is mindfulness? If it’s something you have never tried before, it’s a way of focusing your awareness on the present moment. And at the same time, you calmly acknowledge and accept your feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations. It’s used as a therapeutic technique. So right now, it’s something that can really help you stay […]
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Is Rewarding Your Child Actually Bad for Them?

Imagine having a remote control to manage and direct your kid’s behavior. Clean your room. Done. Do your homework. Done. Go to bed. Done. Wouldn’t life be a breeze? No more nagging. No more heated arguments. No more talking back. It’s a joke of course—or is it? Life would certainly be easier if our kids […]
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5 Tips to Handle School from Home this Spring

If you’re a parent or caregiver to a school-aged kid, chances are you’ve found yourself learning grammar or long division again—only this time, the teacher is on Zoom. And you’re fighting with the technology of uploading your child’s digital work. And trying to run a household. And maybe attempting to work yourself. For many families […]
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Are You Raising A Spoiled Child

When your child is giving you a particularly rough time, you might be tempted to compare them to the infamous Veruca Salt. In the beloved children’s book Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Veruca Salt embodies the cautionary tale of a spoiled child. One pony is not enough—she wants another one. As the Oompa Loompas sing: […]
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Should Parents Always Provide a United Front

Did you ever catch that children’s program, Bananas in Pajamas? The main characters are two bananas, B1 and B2, who are identical in every way. They walk the same, talk the same, and very often think the same! B1 and B2 are always aligned, and they live in the kind of harmonious home that could […]
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