Children

In this section, we’ll help you better understand the intellectual and physical development of your children. You’ll get to know the behavior of a child in every situation and how you should respond. Find out about specific care, information on health, diet, hygiene, and the things that will help your child grow up healthy and happy. We’ll be your partner in this beautiful adventure.

Manipulative Parents and Their Young Victims

Manipulative parents who victimize their children are more common than we might imagine. In fact, this is known as parental alienation syndrome. There are manipulative parents who use various strategies to exercise control over their children. This extends to all…

How to Tell Your Children About Your Separation?

Going through a separation or divorce is a very difficult experience for both children and parents. Consequently, one of the most complicated moments is sharing the news about your separation with your children. This news can generate a whole range…

How to Help Children With Separated Parents

Separations between parents are difficult for all family members. Separations lead to many life changes, especially for children. In adolescence, this situation can be extremely complicated to manage. Unfortunately, there are couples who must go through the harsh process of…

The Benefits of Teaching Children How to Ride a Bike

Teaching children how to ride a bike is fun and extremely positive. Keep in mind that, among other things, cycling plays a crucial role in children’s integral development. Learning how to ride a bike early on nourishes children’s development. It not only contributes…

Is It Good for Children to Use Tablets?

Tablets are excellent devices for entertaining children and keeping them well behaved. They’ve appeared relatively recently and are in high demand among the younger generation. But some parents wonder if it’s actually a good idea for children to use tablets. Tablets…

Peter Pan Syndrome: When Children Refuse to Grow Up

Have you ever heard of Peter Pan syndrome? It’s a term that refers to a person’s attempts to remain under parental protection and avoid the responsibilities that correspond to his or her age. This syndrome isn’t an official psychological pathology.…

Benefits of Having Space and Time for Boredom

It’s normal for children to dislike being bored. There’s almost always a certain time of day when they complain about not having anything to do. Although it seems strange, this space and time for boredom is important for their development. Why? We’ll…

How Do Time Changes Affect Children?

Although we may not notice, we all get a little confused when it comes to time changes, and we have to turn the clocks forward or back an hour. In this article we’ll share with you how to make this…

How Does Body Image Influence Adolescents?

Adolescence is a stage during which changes are predominant. Youth tend to feel unsure and even uncomfortable in regards to their appearance. Their desire to look good and be accepted by others determines how body image will influence their adolescence. It’s…

Five Things That Children Learn From Their Parents

There are five fundamental things that children learn from their parents from an early age that will define their identity permanently. These things are learned by imitating, following by example, and copying the attitudes of their heroes and role models, which is…

The Importance of Emotionally Available Parents

When we talk about emotionally available parents, we’re talking about their ability to interpret their children’s feelings. It’s not just about physical issues like hunger or pain. It also has to do with being empathetic. We live in a world where…

Benefits of Biodance in Childhood

Surely, you want your children to develop to the best of their abilities. One way to achieve this is to develop motor skills. Also, boost their ability to express themselves freely with others. One of the most effective ways to do…

How Therapy Animals Can Help Children

Assisted therapy with animals uses different animals for many different rehabilitation reasons. While they can also help adults, therapy animals are especially helpful for children. Benefits of therapy animals for children Medical science has advanced and, fortunately, has recognized the positive…

What to Do If Your Child Breaks a Tooth

Children are naturally restless and rambunctious. They love to run, play and move around whenever they have the chance. However, these moments don’t always end well. If your child breaks a tooth, the following tips may come in handy. Accidents can cause…

Advantages of Reading Comics for Children

Many children enjoy reading comics from a young age. Comics are fun and entertaining, plus they actually help boost kids’ cognitive development. They even help them be more reflective and imaginative. The vivid colors and the characters’ adventures captivate both children and…

The Benefits of Sewing Classes for Boys and Girls

Sewing classes for children are becoming more and more popular nowadays. This is happening thanks to the many benefits that they produce. Young boys and girls sewing isn’t something we see very often these days. In general, it’s more common…

Expressive Language Disorder in Children

Expressive language disorder is a language difficulty that in no way affects a child’s ability to comprehend speech. In other words, children with this disorder have a hard time speaking and writing. However, they still understand spoken language. This disorder…

7 Ways to Help Your Children Develop Their Abilities

It’s clear that parents play a major role in their children’s lives. Parents have the possibility and the obligation to help their children develop their abilities. However, many don’t know how to go about it. That’s why today we want to provide…

Optimistic Parents Raise Optimistic Children

Optimistic parents create a constructive environment where children can grow and develop. Being optimistic is highly beneficial for all members of the household, especially children. Psychologists have found that optimism in the home is a magic ingredient. It allows our children…

20 Questions to Help Children Get to Know Themselves

As children grow and learn, one thing they come up against is how to know themselves. This means working out their characteristics, defects, virtues and preferences, among many other things. To encourage self-acceptance and understanding, as a parent, you should help your…