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Stress

Stress is inevitable in the kind of environment we live in, with its social demands and expectations from us, as people and as parents. There are lots of stressors around us which can make up end up feeling overwhelmed and stressed out. When human beings get stressed out due to any reason, their bodies react by way of freeing chemical compounds into the blood. Stress can affect anyone, regardless of the age, gender, and situation. Prolonged stress may result in physical and psychological problems. However, a certain quantity of strain is regular and necessary for survival. Thus, a  few stressors are necessary for and even manageable by young kids. A small amount of pressure can be beneficial for them and may assist them in expanding their competencies, adapting to new situations and coping with risky and intimidating situations.

What Is Tiger Parenting?

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What is tiger parenting

Tiger parenting refers to parenting strategies that are strict, harsh, and demanding. Parents push their children to be successful using authoritarian parenting methods without considering their impact on the children’s social, physical, and emotional life. Tiger parents are totally dissatisfied with anything less than perfection and wish to see their children have successful careers in…

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What Are Parenting Skills?

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Parenting skills help in making informed choices and coming up with solutions in matters regarding the growth and development of children.
Parenting skills help in making informed choices and coming up with solutions in matters regarding the growth and development of children.

Parenting skills are the competencies that help parents successfully raise well-balanced, happy, and healthy children. Parenting is an all-inclusive process that involves a conscious effort to provide for all the children’s needs from infancy to adulthood. The more informed parents are, the better chance they have of raising highly intellectual and morally upright children. According…

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How to Cope with Separation Anxiety in Children

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Separation Anxiety in Children and How to Cope with It
Dealing with separation anxiety can be a tough phase for both children and parents.

Parenting with love and limits becomes difficult if children start displaying signs of separation anxiety. Babies initially spend a majority of their time sleeping, but once they are six to eight months old, they become more aware of familiar and unfamiliar surroundings and start to recognize their parents and caregivers. At this stage, children may…

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Teaching Your Children the Art of Joy and Resilience: Responsive Parenting

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Teaching the Art of Joy and Resilience to your Child
Warm and responsive parenting helps you raise well-balanced and emotionally stable and resilient children.

Taking care of children’s physical health while also teaching them to be mentally strong is a requirement of parenting. You’re doing it right if your child has a sense of wonder and enjoyment and copes well with stress. Some people have an amazing sense of joy in life. They laugh freely and spontaneously, enjoy the…

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What Is Parallel Parenting?

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Parallel Parenting
In parallel parenting, the welfare of the child is put first

According to Psychology Today, parallel parenting is an “arrangement where divorced parents are able to co-parent by means of disengaging from each other.’’ Basically, it is an agreement between divorced parents in which they both assume their parental roles with limited direct contact, especially in situations where they are unable to communicate effectively and respectfully with…

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Four Tips to Make Mealtimes Less Fussy and Healthier for Your Toddler

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Sensible and stress-free feeding and diet patterns can help your toddler thrive.
Sensible and stress-free feeding and diet patterns can help your toddler thrive.

The commonest complaints that pediatricians receive from parents are related to their toddlers’ fussy eating habits. It’s a very typical phase that toddlers go through as soon as they start walking and talking. A toddler’s refusal to eat creates a lot of conflict. Trying to make a toddler eat a few bites of food is…

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Eight Ways to Soothe a Crying Baby: Parenting on Purpose

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8 Ways to Soothe a Crying Baby through Parenting On Purpose
Crying Baby

A baby comes into the world crying. It is considered a sign of vigor and health. Crying is the way babies communicate even after birth. Parenting on purpose helps parents understand their baby’s cues and respond accordingly. However, excessive crying can be pretty nerve-racking for parents, and it has a physiological impact on babies too.…

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