Eric Hoffer – Children are the keys of paradise. – Parenting

“Children are the keys of paradise.” – Eric Hoffer. So spend quality time with them, get to know them perfectly. Know their needs, scale them and fill them to the extent of your resources. Love your children but don’t over-pamper them unless you don’t want a paradise.

Reasons You Should Give Your Children Chores.- Parenting Research.

Leaving your children to play video games and live virtually on the net, is preparing them for a life of irresponsibility. On the other hand, assigning chores to your children, make them more successful at school and helps them develop self-discipline, confidence and strength of character. At what age should you start assigning chores to…

Children don’t need much advice but…- Emma Thompson

“Children don’t need much advice but they really do need to be listened to and not just with half an ear.”- Emma Thompson. Children have their expectations, desires and choices, so listen to them with two ears. Sometimes, they may not want to do what you really want them to do, ask why and listen…

How To Cope With The Challenges Of Single Parenthood- Family.

Coping with the challenges of singlehood is tough. It is tougher on the children who struggle to find answers to questions beyond them, questions which only adults have answers to. Losing your spouse to divorce or death could be very painful and may leave a scar on a heart that may struggle to pump love…

Roots Of Responsibility Are Your Greatest Gifts To Your Child.

“The greatest gifts you can give your children are the roots of responsibility and the wings of independence.”-Denis Waitley. An irresponsible child is useless to everybody in the society, and you alone are responsible for it, so don’t shirk from your responsibility, say “You are wrong”, when it’s necessary and be generous with a pat…

Loving Truthfully Is Loving Fearlessly.

Loving truthfully is for adults with the heart of children who will quarrel one moment, make up the next, often against the ‘wise’ counsel of their parents.