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Rafizah Begum uses her expertise to better the lives of children struggling with autism and other behavioural issues.
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A child who apologises but does not mean it. Does it matter?
We bet these situations will sound familiar to you if you’ve got a tot at home!
Encourage good behaviour from your toddler and set limits for them with these discipline guidelines.
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Does your child expect something in return for every little good deed that they carry out?
If you hate saying “no” to junior, learn other ways to tell your mini-me what they can’t do or have.
Follow these expert tips to stay calm in the face of your tot’s bad behaviour.
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Use these sanity-saving tips to speed up your slowcoach and you can say goodbye to using threats!
Follow these easy strategies to stand your ground if your little one can’t take no for an answer!
Your tot’s irritating behaviour may push your buttons, but guess what, they are great for her development!
Feelings of annoyance, while tough for young kids to handle, benefits junior’s growth in several ways.
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Pick up useful methods to teach junior right from wrong that do not involve physical punishment.
If your emotional child cries over everything, you have ways to help them to cope with their intense feelings.
Follow these tips to make the most of giving your mini-me a short period to reflect on their bad behaviour.
Your mini-me can be such a handful sometimes. So, put some order back into your life with these angst-saving tips!
Showing your child how to respond without acting impulsively is an important life skill you can impart to them.
If junior is having a hard time managing his ups and downs, here are ways you can help him.
The next time junior acts up, avoid making these discipline no-nos while you guide him to behaving better.
Is your child acting like a monster? You may unwittingly be enabling junior’s bad behaviour. Find out how.
Correcting your little one’s mistakes needn’t be harsh and painful when you do so with a firm and loving hand.
Waiting is hard for anyone ― get tips for raising a child who knows the value of this positive trait.
Don’t lose your cool ― follow these simple strategies to correct your child’s annoying, complaining behaviour!
If your preschooler is still bawling when you drop her off in school, here are ways to ease her anxiety.
Many of your child’s actions are a normal part of their development. Find out why they act this way.
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No need to struggle during junior’s threenage years when you use these tips to stay one step ahead of them.
Make the world a better place with kind, caring and compassionate children. We tell you how to go about it.
Don’t get worked up if junior’s not listening to you. Here are strategies to get your messages through to him.
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