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Resilience And Emotional Intelligence

Resilience And Emotional Intelligence

  March 8  is annually celebrated as International Women’s Day.  Women are many, many things. Among the many words used to describe us are emotional, strong and resilient, among others  Let’s focus on the word RESILIENT and having that, building emotional intelligence is important in one's character and personality.  Resilient is described as  Adjective   1.(of a person or animal) able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions. Somebody that is emotionally aware and in control of the emotional and physical challenges and able to hang tough and take a step by step approach to see what the issue...

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Why Teaching Love and Empathy To Children Is More Important Than Ever

Why Teaching Love and Empathy To Children Is More Important Than Ever

  As adults, sometimes when you look around, there are moments that it does get overwhelming. Let’s admit it. Craziness around, hatred and anger being spewed by adults. Adults that are supposed to be and do better.That is the reason why teaching kids and demonstrating love and empathy to them is more important than ever these days. Building an understanding of what others are feeling, making sense of everything is such a challenge. What about the kids? What are we teaching them? They need to have trust and feel the love in themselves, their surroundings including how their own actions...

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Ten tips to promote self love, compassion, empowerment and esteem in children

  Seeing that we are in February, and what is this month known  for the month of love, Valentine. Maybe it won’t be too much of a stretch that we can talk about another version of love, which is self love. Promoting it in the hearts and minds of our young ones. Self love will lead to a whole more encompassing  understanding and compassion towards the human race. With that in mind, here are ten tips to promote self love, compassion, empowerment and esteem in children. Do not compare the children.  As tempting to you as it may be, comparison...

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Why Babies Should Not Even Be Exposed To Screen Time

Why Babies Should Not Even Be Exposed To Screen Time

  “Can I advise you something?”. We are not saying that technology and gadgets are devil incarnate, that should be put away the lock and key, never to be seen or heard at all . Far from it. What we are saying is that as parents, as adults, we have to be mindful as to the children and how technology is used. We have seen way too many scenarios or variations of this, as an example:  It is 11.30 PM at a food truck space, hustle and bustle of activities going on. We see parents and their (must have been...

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Knowing your child through observation

Knowing your child through observation

Eye and hand coordination is one of the important factors in a child’s development. We don’t need any major test to see how important it is for a child. Tasks like drawing, tying shoe laces and throwing a ball requires eye and hand coordination. Just by observing their behaviour in every day routines, parents can further understand and help their child.

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