Be a Beachcomber

  No kid can resist a fun day at the beach! Kids may love basking in the sun or wading in the water, but your bonding time can offer...

5 Lessons From The EDSA Revolution We Need to Share with...

If we want our children to remember one of the most meaningful events in our country's history, the teaching needs to come from us -- their parents. We can start by telling our kids of the different lessons we can learn from the EDSA revolution.

Braving Child Anxiety By Heart

“For parents whose children suffer from what doctors call childhood anxiety disorder, the road to acceptance is often desperate and lonely. Unlike a scrape on the knee, there is no ready band-aid to treat the anxiety of your little one.”

How Much Social Media is Enough for My Kids?

By Celine Villadares With the rapid development of technology, the younger generation has been introduced in the world where exchange of information is readily made available online. With these...

Marriage after Babies: What Happens Now?

By Patricia Gonzalez “Like passing ships in the sea,” one woman once said, of her changing relationship with her husband after 3 years of consecutive pregnancies and their increasingly...

Of Vikings and Dragons: Why Parents Love The How To Train...

By: Em Cruz Movie dates took on a whole new meaning when we became parents. Whereas before all it took was a shower, a drive to the mall, purchase...

How to Not Raise Bullies

We may not set out to raise bullies on our own, but there are a few things we can do to ensure that this does not happen at all. Ensuring that our child is not raised as a bully will mean that there’s one less bully in school.

Preschool Dilemma: When Your Child Cries Before School

By Mariel Uyquiengco Any change in a person’s life brings about a certain amount of anxiety or distress. This can be no less true for children, whose lives are...

Preventing Jealously When Welcoming A New Baby

Having a new baby in the family is fun and exciting. For an older sibling however, it can be a life-changing event that needs to treated with a...

The Aggressive Child — What To Do If Your Child Is...

Child aggression may be considered normal especially for toddlers, but we still help our kids in managing their temper. Through guidance, tough love, and by example, we can help our kids deal with anger in a positive way.
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