Are you an overprotective parent? Where to draw the line?

In a previous blog, too I mentioned once that parents can’t help messing a little because there is no hard-and-fast rule for parenting taught universities. It all depends on your nature and instincts. But then, there are some parents who simply overdo it! I know kids can be rebellious  and we can all become overprotective sometimes but then some […]

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5 things bosses wish their employees don’t do!

More often than not, boss is one person who enjoys least support at a workplace. No matter how justified his/her demands are; employees will find an excuse or two to whine how unrealistic the demands are. That’s how it is; ‘the boss is always right’ but seldom liked. But how many of us actually put […]

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Don’t Offer a Single Chance to Bullies to Bully Your Children

Whenever you get a chance to see your friend who is a psychologist or psychiatrist, use your time wisely. For instance, if you’re a parent worried about your kids due to their excessive electronic gadget usage or the immense pressure of studies upon their delicate minds, ask your friend to suggestion. Yesterday, I had this […]

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Feeling the Pain of Busted Kids: Combating Against Cyber Bullying

Often the helpless expressions of parents, having no intimation for assisting their kids, seem exhilarating to cyber bullies. The ever changing technological equipment has put more drama in the online life of kids and teens. Although kids exposed to the online arena boosts up their mental growth yet it sometimes can also define dark circles […]

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3 Ways to Spot the Smartphone Abuse by Your Kids

Sensing the exact age of your children to let them have smartphones is one of the best qualities of parents. Normally, you give kids or preteens smartphones for rapid communication. You make them learn everything in the smartphone so they cannot have any difficulty functioning it in any way. You feed contact numbers of your […]

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3 Concerns to Sort Out Before Allowing Smartphones to Your Kids

Today you can see smartphones in almost everyone’s hands. We all like to “lol” and “aww” on the random videos we see on our smartphones. We find it cute when toddlers touch television screens like smartphones of their parents. However, when your children grow, the demand for smartphone strengthens. Serious requests for gaining smartphones often […]

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Super Heroes and Spy Apps – A Neat Comparison!

We all had the teenage fantasies of having a super hero in our lives. As I grew up, I figured out these were all fantasies (duh!). There is no such thing as a ‘Super Hero’ and there never will be. So my visions of getting rescued from a villain vanished in thin air as soon […]

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Understanding Teenage Outrage: Why Do They Do This?

Many parents do not know the reason behind a teen’s rebellion. But it’s important to get to the itch behind the scratch. What seems like an itch might actually be a teen’s natural reaction for a far greater liberty! A developmental norm as we say! In fact, if you have this nagging suspicion that teenage […]

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The Art of Safe Parenting – 5 Modern Parenting Styles

According to Bill Cosby, “You know the only people who are always sure about the proper way to raise children? Those who’ve never had any” There is no hard and fast rule for child-rearing. Teaching your own values and beliefs to your young ones does not mean that they will obviously have the same values in […]

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Let’s Hear It For All The Women Out There! Happy Women’s Day!

Brigham Young rightly said, “You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation.” And this is the reason why women should be appreciated for all that they sacrifice and contribute in building up a generation. It’s amazing how she carries out her responsibilities and with such a flare: a […]

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