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Dear Parents, When Was The Last Time You Had A Bubble Bath?

By GRACE TAN It’s a parent thing to do – to always put your family before yourself. If that sounds like you, it could be that self-care is what you need to work on.

27-03-2021

5 min Article

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The Dichotomy of COVID Parenting

By JOHN ROSEMOND I think I’ve figured it out: COVID parenting, in the modern sense of the term, is what a mother thinks she has to do when children are underfoot because she has never informed them, in no uncertain terms, that she is not their playmate or personal gopher

24-03-2021

2 min Article

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4 Ineffective Parenting Styles & One That Works

By GRACE TAN It occurred to me one day, that parenting is a reflection of who I am. What I say or do reveals everything about my own character. If we want to raise responsible, resilient children, we need to change our parenting styles to be responsible and resilient!

24-02-2021

8 min Article

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Distant Love on Valentine’s Day

By ROB WYSE At the heart of the stability of our world are mothers. They are the brave warriors in this time. And they need love and support. It takes a village to raise a child. And the world is nothing more than a patchwork quilt of villages that we have sewn together to keep humanity going. On this Valentine’s Day more than any other, I wish that we are all able to touch who we can with love in a physically distant world.

14-02-2021

2 min Article

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Discipline Versus Punishment

By JOHN ROSEMOND Too many parents make the mistake of thinking that discipline and punishment are one and the same. Punishment is sometimes the best corrective, but when punishment is not delivered with a correct attitude on the part of the parent, it can be counterproductive.

10-02-2021

2 min Article

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4 Tips to Overcome the Habit of Nagging Your Child

By JOSEPH TAN In this article, you will discover, as a parent, that nagging is symptomatic of a myriad of deeper personal issues – reflecting on the state of the adult rather than the child. Discover four steps to go beyond nagging and uncover alternative ways to motivate your child.

03-02-2021

4 min Article

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Youth 52: Equipping Our Teens With Wisdom Beyond Their Years

By EVA CHRISTODOULOU I am certain of one thing: that the challenges our youth will face in their professional lives will extend far beyond college degrees. Through Youth 52, we hope to provide teens everywhere with the power of decision-making with wisdom beyond their years.

02-12-2020

4 min Article

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Life Coaching Case Study - ‘Bad Kid or Bad Parenting?’

By ASHLEY GRANDISCH - She realised for the first time that the relationship between her and her daughter was hindering every other aspect of her life. We discovered together that it was HER parenting style that had basically created a ‘7-year-old monster’.

31-10-2020

2 min Article

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Dear Parents, When Was The Last Time You Had A Bubble Bath?

By GRACE TAN It’s a parent thing to do – to always put your family before yourself. If that sounds like you, it could be that self-care is what you need to work on.

27-03-2021

5 min Article

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The Dichotomy of COVID Parenting

By JOHN ROSEMOND I think I’ve figured it out: COVID parenting, in the modern sense of the term, is what a mother thinks she has to do when children are underfoot because she has never informed them, in no uncertain terms, that she is not their playmate or personal gopher

24-03-2021

2 min Article

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4 Ineffective Parenting Styles & One That Works

By GRACE TAN It occurred to me one day, that parenting is a reflection of who I am. What I say or do reveals everything about my own character. If we want to raise responsible, resilient children, we need to change our parenting styles to be responsible and resilient!

24-02-2021

8 min Article

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Distant Love on Valentine’s Day

By ROB WYSE At the heart of the stability of our world are mothers. They are the brave warriors in this time. And they need love and support. It takes a village to raise a child. And the world is nothing more than a patchwork quilt of villages that we have sewn together to keep humanity going. On this Valentine’s Day more than any other, I wish that we are all able to touch who we can with love in a physically distant world.

14-02-2021

2 min Article

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Discipline Versus Punishment

By JOHN ROSEMOND Too many parents make the mistake of thinking that discipline and punishment are one and the same. Punishment is sometimes the best corrective, but when punishment is not delivered with a correct attitude on the part of the parent, it can be counterproductive.

10-02-2021

2 min Article

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4 Tips to Overcome the Habit of Nagging Your Child

By JOSEPH TAN In this article, you will discover, as a parent, that nagging is symptomatic of a myriad of deeper personal issues – reflecting on the state of the adult rather than the child. Discover four steps to go beyond nagging and uncover alternative ways to motivate your child.

03-02-2021

4 min Article

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Youth 52: Equipping Our Teens With Wisdom Beyond Their Years

By EVA CHRISTODOULOU I am certain of one thing: that the challenges our youth will face in their professional lives will extend far beyond college degrees. Through Youth 52, we hope to provide teens everywhere with the power of decision-making with wisdom beyond their years.

02-12-2020

4 min Article

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Life Coaching Case Study - ‘Bad Kid or Bad Parenting?’

By ASHLEY GRANDISCH - She realised for the first time that the relationship between her and her daughter was hindering every other aspect of her life. We discovered together that it was HER parenting style that had basically created a ‘7-year-old monster’.

31-10-2020

2 min Article

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