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How to help your child discover his talent

Everyone, children and adults, is very good at something, and it doesn't have to be the same for everyone. On the other hand, not all of us have innate talents to discover, but we do all have certain things that we are better at, strengths, strong points...

How to help your child discover his talent

Everyone, children and adults, is very good at something, and it doesn't have to be the same for everyone. On the other hand, not all of us have innate talents to discover, but we do all have certain things that we are better at, strengths, strong points...

"You're too old to…": why we should be careful when saying this phrase to children if we want to motivate them

When we communicate with children we do not always do it in a positive and respectful way, although sometimes we are not aware of it or even say something with the intention of helping or comforting.

"You're too old to…": why we should be careful when saying this phrase to children if we want to motivate them

When we communicate with children we do not always do it in a positive and respectful way, although sometimes we are not aware of it or even say something with the intention of helping or comforting.

Work conciliation: how to reconcile if I have to take care of my son in quarantine due to Covid?

Since the children have returned to class after the Christmas holidays, infections among the little ones have been increasing, leaving school classrooms half empty. Faced with this panorama, there are many parents who see themselves, once again, at a crossroads in reconciling work and family that is so difficult to square.

Why we should teach children that rewards for their behavior do not matter, but what they feel when they act responsibly

Fortunately, more and more parents and educators are aware of the importance of educating children with respect, banishing authoritarianism, punishment and yelling, which are so harmful. However, many see no problem in educating using rewards and prizes.

When your in-laws get too involved in raising your kids

"My mother-in-law constantly tells me how I have to educate my children..." Has it happened to you? Do you feel that your political family interferes too much in the upbringing of your children?

Hug your child every day: nine benefits of hugs for children

There are few things more comforting than a hug from a loved one. Physical contact and closeness with that person is a kind of refuge in which we feel comfortable. For our children we are their people of reference, their refuge, therefore hugs are one of the most powerful signs of affection that we can give them.

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