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A Social Time Bomb

A Social Time Bomb

Sex lures fall into a number of categories. Knowledge of them is so basic to a child’s safety that they should be taught by every parent. Following each lure is the recommended preventive measure.          Affection lure Most people think a molester is a sleazy character, a stranger sitting in his car near a school […]

Child Abuse

Child Abuse

Every child has the right to be love and care. There are many children who suffer child abuse. Here we will discuss four main types of child abuse such as physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect. Physical abuse: Physical abuse is an important type of child abuse. Child abuse consists of different physical […]

The Meaningful Sounds

The Meaningful Sounds

I recently met a mother whose three-years-old child sat amidst a rowdy group of children, yet was completely quiet. This appeared odd and when the other mothers inquired about the child’s unusual silence his mother has an interesting account to relate. She was a working mother and left her child at a day care centre […]

Sibling Relationships in Children

Sibling Relationships in Children

Many parents share a growing sense of frustration when neither punishment nor reward seems to have any long-term impact on sibling battles. But some rivalry is inevitable, as children struggle for parental attention and separate identities, and that it can be good for them. Some parents fear their children will develop lifelong resentment of one […]

Teaching Your Child

Teaching Your Child

As parents we are always engaged in teaching our children, whether we want to or not. Beat them, coddle them, ignore them, worry about them, love them or hate them, you are teaching them. The father who never says more than “Hello” to his son and goes out to the nearest hotel every evening is […]

Promote Initiative In Your Child

Promote Initiative In Your Child

We often hear about kids who watch hours of television a day never read a book and seldom participate in outside activities. The kids who can’t find enough time to accomplish all they hope to where do they get their initiative? Successful kids often have been given a “jump-start” by their parents for the right […]