A Teachers Perspective

Form yourself into a person with charisma Personality Part9

People who pay attention to their fellow human beings show their respect. Taking care of yourself means that others people will see you as someone who values themselves enough to devote time to maintaining balance and well-being. Eating healthy food, exercising on a regular basis, pampering yourself on occasion, and paying attention to your...

Children with disrespect and backtalk

Signs And Symptoms When your three-year-old daughter talks back to you, it may seem funny and adorable. But when your seven-year-old girl shouts out a ‘no’ every time you tell her to do something, it can get on your nerves. If not handled properly, backtalk can lead to arguments between parents and children. So what do you...

Be Positive Show Enthusiasm Part4

Optimism is contagious. No one likes to be around someone who is constantly complaining or looking at the negative side of things. Additionally, pessimism leads to learned helplessness and weakness while optimism leads to power. People are attracted to others who can look at the bright side of things and can bring positivism to...

Do not limit your search. Be creative! The Right Job-Part2

Sometimes sticking to job listings isn't the best way to move forward. Focusing on specific companies rather than vacancies can work in your favor, as when you move on to the application process you'll already have an interest in the company and that will shine through in what you say. Keep an eye on job listings, of...

Can the first year of marriage be the most problematic?

Marriages are a #lifetimeproject. The first year of marriage is critical for the couple to understand and adjust with each other. Do not worry that the first year is ridden with problems. It is not, because your sweet moments definitely outweigh the sour ones. However, it is good to #prepareyourself for the not-so-good times in this...

How do I recognize behavioral children?

Every child faces emotional difficulties from time to time, as do adults. Rarely will a child under 5 years old receive a diagnosis of a serious behavioral disorder. However, they may begin displaying symptoms of a disorder that could be diagnosed later in childhood. These may include: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Symptoms:  having trouble focusing or concentrating...

Physical and Linguistic attacks Puberty Part11

Young boys start to develop muscles, grow tall and have a coarser, manly voice. In addition to that, they are moody and vulnerable and can let others get under their skin. Problems: Adolescent boys can get into fights at school. Worse, they could start bullying others, which is a major problem that adolescent boys and girls...

Increase your emotional intelligence #Life Part2

Your Emotional Intelligence Overall intelligence has long been believed to be one factor contributing to success in different areas of life, but some experts suggest that emotional intelligence may actually matter even more. Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to understand, utilise, and reason with emotions. Emotionally intelligent people are able to understand not only their own emotions,...

Mental health disorders Puberty Part7

Is your child overly moody and is not eating or sleeping at all? Problems: Teenagers may have self-esteem or confidence issues. The feelings of inferiority or superiority often arise from their appearance, and acceptance of their body – skin color, beauty, and figure. Poor performance in academics and low IQ can also demotivate them. They...

When Is My Kid Ready For Kindergarten?

Starting kindergarten is filled with many challenges for little children. Don't be surprised if one day your child announces, “I'm not going to kindergarten.” You will need to provide your child with support as she takes this huge developmental leap Here are some strategies that will ease her transition. 1. When he says he does not want...

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