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How Discussing Asperger's Syndrome with My Child Improved His Growth and Empowerment
By Sarah Perkens · 4 days ago
Discussing Asperger's Syndrome with your child is a significant and sensitive task, especially at an early age. It involves explaining to them about their unique way of experiencing the world, their strengths, and the challenges ...
7 Must-Know Tips for Helping Your Child During Their First Week with Braces
By Simplibraces · 1 month ago
Whether your child’s first appointment is rapidly approaching or you just left their orthodontist’s office, you might be wondering how you can make the transition to life with braces smooth and painless. Well, there are ...
Parental Alienation Syndrome: Recognizing Manipulative Behaviors and Protecting Children
By Carla Corelli · 1 month ago
Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) is a complex issue that can have profound and lasting effects on children. At its core, Parental Alienation involves one parent, consciously or unconsciously, influencing their child against the other parent, ...
Work-Life Balance & Cultivating Gratitude
By Arlene Cohen Miller · 1 month ago
There is such strength, depth, and courage in a grateful heart. No matter how much we have on our plate, no matter how challenging or exhausting life may be and feel, gratitude is a game ...
The Impact of Maternal Narcissism: Healing Wounds from Childhood
By Carla Corelli · 1 month ago
Growing up with a narcissistic mother can create a complex web of experiences that continue to influence your life well into adulthood. The constant criticism, manipulation, and lack of empathy can leave lasting wounds that ...
How to Help Senior Parents Adapt to Using a Wheelchair
By Thomas Brown · 4 weeks ago
Many senior citizens experience mobility problems that result in a demand for using a wheelchair. The transition can be really tough, not only on the physical but also on the psychological level. Loss of independence, ...
Exquisite Nuptials Abroad: A Romantic Odyssey Through the Charm of France, Italy, and Spain
By La Fete · 1 month ago
In a world where love knows no boundaries, the trend of getting married abroad has taken the wedding industry by storm. Couples are increasingly drawn to the allure of picturesque landscapes, rich cultural experiences, and ...
Reclaiming Your Voice: Finding Empowerment After Divorcing a Narcissistic Spouse
By Carla Corelli · 1 month ago
Divorce is always challenging, but separating from a narcissistic partner can leave deep emotional scars and a sense of voicelessness. Years of narcissistic abuse may have left you questioning your reality and feeling like you ...
The woman who looked down on her husband: African Folklore, a Story my Father Told me
By Anselm Chibuike Anyoha · 2 months ago
There lived a young woman who married a young man named Onwudiwe (death is angry). She did not particularly love him because he was short. The young woman swore she would never call the man ...
Parenting Made Easier: 10 Practical Tips and Life Hacks
By Samuel Olufemi · 1 month ago
Parenting Made Easier: 10 Practical Tips and Life Hacks Parenthood is a rewarding journey, but it comes with its fair share of challenges. From sleepless nights to juggling multiple responsibilities, parents often find themselves searching ...
CHILD PROTECTION SYSTEMS AND CHILD BEGGING IN WA MUNICIPALITY OF THE UPPER WEST REGION OF GHANA
By Alhassan Abakpon Faali · 1 month ago
ABSTRACT The Child Protection System in Ghana has been decentralized to make all services responsive and accessible at the local level and closer everyone The existence of begging in Ghana and most especially Wa municipal ...
As If You Were Still Here
By Melissa Decastro · 1 month ago
I walked into my father’s office the other day. A routine occurrence since I was little. In recent years my oldest son who is 7 would ask if he could go to his grandfather's office ...
What Is Play Based Learning
By Udani · 2 months ago
What Is Play Based Learning Did you know that every time your child plays, they are learning new skills? Playing is a form of learning. Experts believe that it is the best way to build ...
Embrace the Magic of Jamaica for Your Special Day
By Photobooth Jamaica · 2 months ago
Imagine exchanging vows against a backdrop of crystal-clear waters, golden sunsets, and lush tropical landscapes. Jamaica, a gem in the Caribbean, offers an enchanting setting for your dream wedding. But what if you could elevate ...
Raising Children with Emotional Needs
By Melanie Lane · 2 months ago
“I failed.” These two words were uttered by a loving, consistent, and amazing parent who felt everything he had done was not enough. He dumped every ounce of energy and strength into the most important ...
Top 5 Tips to a Picture-Perfect Valentine's Day Wedding
By La Fete · 3 months ago
If you’re looking at getting married, what better day to celebrate your union than on the most romantic day of the year – Valentine's Day? A Valentine's Day wedding is a dreamy and enchanting way ...
6 Ways to Actively Engage in Your Child's Learning Journey
By Erin Lane · 3 months ago
In this fast-paced world, being engaged in your child’s education is crucial. As a parent, you’re an integral part of your child’s academic journey and success. Your involvement can help your child perform better and ...
Kid-Friendly Indoor Activities in Toronto
By Niaz Abbas · 3 months ago
When the weather outside is less than inviting, Toronto offers a plethora of exciting indoor activities that are perfect for keeping kids entertained. From interactive museums to thrilling play centers, the city is a treasure ...
Why Do Autistic People Wear Headphones?
By Robin Akins · 4 months ago
Did you know that approximately 1 in 44 children has autism spectrum disorder? This number might surprise you, as many people are not aware of the fact that autism is this common. Autism comes with ...
Mindful Parenting: Cultivating Emotional Intelligence In Children
By Arun Sapkota · 3 months ago
Hello, dear parents and caregivers! As we navigate the incredible journey of raising children, there’s a powerful tool at our disposal – mindful parenting. It’s not just about nurturing little ones; it’s about helping them ...