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You're surrounded by people all day. You're never alone. And even when you steal 30 seconds for yourself, you're usually holding a sleeping baby or just waiting for the next request from your children who will undoubtedly need something the moment you sit down. So does it happen? Is it possible to be lonely in a house full of kids? No matter how many children you have, it's very easy and normal to feel lonely, even though you have kids in the house. Here's why:     You Isolate YourselfStay-at-home parents easily fall into the isolation trap. It's easier to…
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  Parents all lie to their kids every day, they just don’t realise it. You may tell your child not to lie, but continually saying these lies, no matter how small teaches them to lie as well. They will think it is ok to lie, since Mommy and Daddy lie. As a parent, I totally understand sometimes we lie to protect our kids, we love them so much that we don’t want them to get hurt. However, I came to realise that lying actually does no good to our kids, it will only back-fire and turn our kids into liars. That’s…
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To Micromanage a person, means you control every part and detail of that person. A child void of any mental, physical or psychological hindrances being raised in such a manner can grow up exhibiting or living out all the fears you have had for so long. Even a child with all the factors above, should be given a certain amount of freedom and space to experience the world that they find themselves in. Accepting also, that this is borne out of love for your child, below are some ways to stop micromanaging your children.   1. Recognize the Signs The…
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Concerns About Sibling Rivalry As long as there is more than one child in the house, sibling rivalry is inevitable. The bane of many parents’ existence, sibling fighting often leaves Moms and Dads feeling exhausted and worn out by all the bickering and teasing, and wondering why their kids seem to fight so much. They want to find out how they can promote a warm and close relationship between their offspring that will carry forward into their children’s adulthood. You may relate to some of the following reactions we have heard from parents about how they feel about their children…
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Bad behavior is often a sign that children are stressed—and punishment isn’t the best solution.   Children who are in a heightened state of emotional arousal can have very sensitive limbic systems, where their brains are primed to respond to threats even when none exist. For example, experiments have shown that children who are chronically over-aroused will label neutral faces as hostile. This means that children who react with hostility or by shutting down are likely showing the outward signs of an inward experience of stress overload. If we don’t recognize the signs, figure out what is stressing them, and…

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