Showing posts from August, 2012

How To Discipline, Not Punish The Children

There is a big difference between discipline and punishment, as parents and guardians, we sometimes punish while trying to discipline kids. We also punish unconsciously because we do not know where to draw the line, and do not realize when discipline has taken the form of punishment.
Discipline is the means by which we correct faulty behavior in kids and them them correct and acceptable behavior. When we discipline children, we teach self-control and obedience, we try to shape the child's behavior away from what is not desired towards what is desired.
Discipline considers the level of maturity and capacity of the child, whereas punishment is what

Tips For Emotional Separation In Marriage

Emotional Separation can come in even when partners are still living under one room. It is to be physically present but emotionally absent. Emotional Separation is Physical divorce waiting to happen! It is a situation where a couple are no longer friends but "frienemies "or competitors or permit me to say " room mates."
Emotional Separation is a situation in a family where a husband and his wife only try to get close and talk just because the children are around, once the kids, guests or other family members depart, the couple coil back into their individual lives waiting patiently

How You Can Build Confidence In Children (1)

My Four year old tells me that to be confident is to be bold, believe in yourself and be sure of yourself. I laugh and give her a hug. I have not explained it this way to her, and I know that there is no way she could have said it this well without her teachers' effort. Kudos!

When you feel really good about yourself, you will find it much easier to get along with others. At any point in time, when you don't feel good, getting along with others becomes a difficult task to perform. A child who does not feel good about him/herself, finds it difficult to get along with other kids in the neighborhood, at school and even siblings and extended family members.


My Secret For True Beauty

"The beauty of a woman isn't only in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair.
The beauty of a woman must be seen from her eyes; because that's the doorway to her heart, The place where love resides. The beauty of a woman isn't in a facial mole; but true beauty in a woman is reflected by her soul. It's the caring that she cares to give,
the passion that she shows; and the beauty of a woman with passing years only grows."   Maya Angelou et al.Inferiority complex can make a woman hide her potentials and lose her happiness. We should not look for others to affirm our beauty because