When You’re Giving A Child Money, What Do You Expect?

You may have heard of the Stanford Marshmallow Experiment, a psychology test developed in the 1960s to measure a child’s ability to delay gratification. When I was a kid, my mother once ran her own version of the experiment at our kitchen table: “You can eat this marshmallow now,” she told me, placing a single one …

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Am Old Enough Dad, I can Handle It And Mom, Please

Teens are supremely self-centered, self-important, and self-righteous. They want all the rights and privileges of adulthood, but they don’t really want the responsibilities… Richard Heyman   When teens are in their tantrum stage, they know how to throw new challenges and make you feel clueless about how to be a good parent with their tantrums. …

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Yelling Will Get You Nowhere, You Expose Yourself To Health Risk: HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

Communication is a tool that helps us to  develop  strong bond in any form of relationship.  It is also a very vital tool in relationship between parents and their children. Good and steady communication between you and your child is important for developing a positive relationship. It improves your bond with your children and encourages them …

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OVERCOMING PEER PRESSURE

The teen years are a time of transition from childhood into adulthood. Your child female/male is experiencing some body changes, so they are likely to get uncomfortable. For example: menstruation for the girl child, breast development, increase in hip size, armpit air etc. During these times lots of emotion is involved .  It is in our parental nature to …

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PEER PRESSURE

“The young always have the same problem – how to rebel and conform at the same time. They have now solved this by defying their parents and copying one another.” How true? As a parent, your biggest enemy by far is negative peer pressure. Notice the word “negative.” There is such a thing as positive peer …

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