Category: Mother and Mind
The Joys and Struggles of Grandparents Raising Neurodiverse Grandkids
Raising grandkids who are neurodiverse can be both challenging and rewarding for grandparents. This blog post will explore common difficulties and joys they experience and share tips and resources to support them.
What Makes the ADHD Brain Unique: A Guide to Understanding and Managing Your Symptoms
The blog post is a comprehensive guide to understanding and coping with the ADHD brain.
The Ultimate Checklist for Driving with ADHD: What Every Teen Needs to Know
The blog post offers practical strategies for teens with ADHD to drive safely and responsibly.
Feeling Empty as a Parent? Here’s How to Love Your Child and Yourself Again
A parent’s guide to loving your child and yourself when you feel empty.
How to Turn Conflict into Connection: A Guide for People with ADHD
A practical guide for people with ADHD to handle conflict with skills like listening, regulating emotions, and forgiving.
The Best Summer Ever: How to Help Your Kid Explore New Interests and Skills
Make this summer a blast for your kid by helping them branch out and discover new passions and skills that can make them shine!
Letting Kids Be Kids: The Importance of Embracing Differences
How to stop pushing your kids to be ‘normal’ and embrace their unique qualities.
How to Boost Your Child’s Self-Esteem with the Nurtured Heart Approach
The Nurtured Heart Approach is a relationship system that helps adults transform the behaviour and mindset of children with intense energy and emotions by giving them no energy for what is going wrong, and lots of energy for what is going right, while having clear and consistent boundaries and rules.
The Secret to Healthy Parent-Child Relationships: Practice CLAPS
Nothing shapes your life more than the bond you share with your parents. Parents can shape a child’s self-esteem, identity, values, and future relationships. However, not all parent-child relationships are healthy or positive. Some parents may be abusive, neglectful, controlling, or emotionally unavailable to their children. These behaviours can have lasting negative effects on a…
How important is knowledge of Child Psychology for a Teacher in classroom setting?
Every child is a complicated individual. As they grow, they interact with a variety of people and are exposed to countless social settings. The wider the exposure gets, the more complicated the process of learning. The learning process of a child is diverse from that of an adult. Child Psychology – is a branch of…