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Teach Your Child the Importance of Responsibility

Taking responsibility for things should begin when a child is small. Parents are committed to teaching the importance of responsibility to their children. The rest of the family also plays an important role in teaching this value, starting with the…

My Child Is a Tablet Addict

Is my child a tablet addict? If you’ve asked yourself this question, you might have been noticing that your child gets upset when you take away the tablet, or if it runs out of battery. But can children really get…

The Benefits of Having a Pet in the Family

Many people believe that having a pet is a great responsibility. This is perfectly true. Pets are extraordinary beings that must be cared for as they deserve. However, many of us have probably never considered the benefits of having a…

5 Characteristics of Exceptionally Gifted Children

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 2% of children are exceptionally gifted. Therefore, gifted children are in your family, school, and community. The education system or specialists in psychology or psychopedagogy don’t always recognize exceptionally gifted children, and few receive…

5 Tips to Have a Loving Child

How many parents dream of those great big hugs they get from their kids? When they arrive home from work they’re so happy to have affectionate children. Having a loving child is very satisfying for a parent and it’s also…

How to Control Child Rebellion

Child rebellion usually manifests itself in different ways, depending on their age. As they grow, many changes arise, many motivated by the definition of their identity. There are two classic stages of rebellion in children, between 2 and 6 years…

Is My Child a Psychopath?

Does your child not empathize with the other children? Does he manipulate someone around him? It could be that your child is a psychopath without you realizing it. Child psychopathy is a disorder characterized by a lack of empathy and…

10 Traits of Toxic Parents

Toxic parents don’t know that their behavior is harming their child, instead of benefiting them. In their desire to be good parents, they make serious mistakes. We need to remember that we’re not perfect and recognize when our behavior is more…