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How Impactful Can Be Co-Parenting Counselling? Are you always in an adverse role when communicating with your partner? Is there a lack of cooperation when managing your kid and end up fighting in front of them? Stop now, or else you have to face its consequences soon. Seeking help from couples and marriage counselling sessions can improve the situation. Parent counselling will help understand the...
What are the Common Queries of Parents On Parenting Counselling? Here are some examples of FAQ's or issues one can ask during a parenting counselling: 1.) What Makes a Good Parent? After going through complete parenting counselling sessions, some traits to develop as a good parent are: Guide and support your child Encouraging independence Showing your love for your children Seeing children for who they...
Dear parents, This is a letter from one parent to another. Being a parent myself, I share your dreams, aspirations, struggles, insecurities, challenges, hopes and joys. Like you, I feel obligated to provide my kids with the best tools and education possible so they can grow up to be successful adults and contributing members of society. Like all other parents, I devote a significant amount of...
This Diwali gift your family love, respect and harmonious relationship. We will make it easier than you think. Come, join us! Please join the what's app group to receive joining details of the session by clicking on the link HERE. or contact us at the given numbers. DISCLAIMER: YOU WOULD NOT BE PROVIDED ANY READYMADE SOLUTION. BUT.. YOU WOULD NOT NEED THEM ANY MORE..
Work from Home and Online School became the new normal during the COVID and lock down period. Now though life is coming back to the in-person normal interactions, what has stayed with all of us is increased access and dependence on technology, gadgets and internet. During Pre-pandemic Era, Internet or Screen Addiction was still there, Pandemic forced many of us to have our personal devices...
If you have been following our previous posts on this topic, this blog is going to be the final self-help post for parents on this topic. We have been discussing how screens are so addictive in nature that parents need to identify their parenting style and develop skills to be more effective in monitoring and controlling the device usage of their kids. In case you...
Every new age parent should identify their parenting style and how it impacts a child’s social, emotional and psychological wellbeing. If you have taken the quiz to know the parenting style you are using to reduce the screen time of your child, you must read this post to know how you can act more consciously to make your child happy, self-reliant and responsible. Read More
As a parent, you might be interested in knowing how to keep the screen time of your child in a limit. Some of us are effectively monitoring and controlling the gadget usage of our kids whereas others are struggling with this. Take this quiz to find out which is your preferred style? Then read the recommendations to find what would work better. Read More.
Uncontrolled, unlimited use of gadgets is a common problem. This was once a growing concern for many parents which now has become a burning problem. Screen addiction is as addictive as substance addiction and not just kids, adults are finding the screens equally addictive. Let us first understand what makes screen so addictive in nature. Read the full blog here.
NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming offers great tools and techniques to change the way we have programmed our brain. Children being in the most impressionable age can show quick and magical results of such interventions. Read this case study to know how NLP could help a child with ADHD create a more a positive self-image and gain more self-control on his impulsive behaviour. Read More
Every child is born to be happy. A positive self-image and high self-esteem is essential for a happy and confident child. Parents play a critical role in creating this positive self-image in a child’s mind, as children accept their parents’ words without applying any cognitive filter. Children start believing in what parents say about them and this impacts how they feel about themselves and how...
Do you go through exam time as an urgency? What happens when exams are over? Do you see a pattern with your child to study just before the examination are approaching? When you see the scores, do you ask the child to commit to a study routine? What happens to this result day resolution later? Read More
What is your first response when you realise that you made a wrong decision / choice? Do you find it difficult to accept your mistake? Find out why do we defend even a wrong decision made by us? Let us learn how to learn from our wrong choices and correct ourselves. Read More