children

Insomnia in Teenagers: What You Should Know

There’s no doubt that, between the ages of 13 and 16, many changes happen at a physical, hormonal, and mental level. Although it’s believed to be part of the typical “rebelliousness” of this stage, the fact is that insomnia in…

Aggressive Behaviors in Children

Many parents and teachers have a hard time controlling aggressive behaviors in children. One of the possible reasons why this happens is that, simply, the causes of these behaviors are ignored. On the other hand, it’s true that some adults,…

6 Books to Stimulate Creativity in Children

If you want to help develop your children’s creativity, don’t hesitate to show them these books that stimulate creativity in children that we’ll share below. We’re sure they’ll have a lot of fun reading them! Children’s creativity can be developed…

Cybernetic Crimes During Adolescence

Without a doubt, you’ve heard about terms like online bullying or cyberbullying. However, there are many other types of crimes that have to do with the misuse of the internet, cell phones, and other digital technologies. In this article, we’ll…

The Best Movies from DreamWorks

Despite having to compete with powerful and enormous competitors like Disney and Pixar, DreamWorks studios has created a series of children’s films that have become box office hits. Today we’ll tell you all about the best movies from DreamWorks in…

The Benefits of Positive Parenting

Today we want to talk about a parenting model based on empathy, respect and affection. The benefits of positive parenting are perceived in the short term (almost immediately) and benefit children throughout their entire adult lives. Screaming, hitting and violence…

The Interactions Among Students at School

Establishing social relationships with peers during childhood and adolescence is key when it comes to optimal and balanced development. Therefore, it’s extremely important for schools to encourage healthy and respectful interactions among students. When they do so, they maximize their…