Recognizing Your Anxiety Triggers

lonely girl in a street full of people

So, you are just scrolling through your Facebook feed, and you came across a post from an old friend that somehow made you feel mysteriously uncomfortable. For the rest of the day, you just think gloomy – and everything you sense, including what you hear and see, irritates you. You are asking, … Read more

How to Teach Kids to Take Better Photos

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There’s something about taking a photo, and it’s like a small piece of reality and an artifact of a moment in time. Since the camera was invented and made available to anyone, adults and children alike love to get behind and in front of the camera and start clicking. However, in order … Read more

How to Fill the Generation Gap Between Parents and Children?

How to Fill the Generation Gap Between Parents and Children?

The generation gap between parents and children is quite a puzzling problem. Younger family members are treading their own paths in life while older ones have a wealth of experience to share. Younger members seem more excited about exploring the possibilities and fulfilling their aspirations in life while the older members are … Read more

Benefits of Playing Board Games with Your Family

Benefits of Playing Board Games with Your Family

Monopoly. Scrabble. Pictionary. Chess. Taboo. Clue. If those terms sound familiar, chances are you had a happy childhood playing those board games with your family. While it seems fun, most homes no longer experience the same excitement as the advancement of technology continues to overshadow them. Today, you can see little ones … Read more

Why Dads Should Read More To Their Kids

Why Dads Should Read More To Their Kids

Moms usually read good books or bedtime stories to their kids. No surprise, as we understand that dads often are too tired coming from work, saving their energy and opting to rest for another day ahead tomorrow. Yet, you might be surprised that dads doing the activity instead of moms can bring … Read more

Alternative Ways of Saying “No” to Your Kids

Saying “No” to Your Kids

Saying “no” to your kids is probably one of the hardest tasks you have as a parent. It is a powerful word that can quickly get kids disheartened or sad. Yet, there are instances that you need to drop the word, especially that kids are still learning about the world and need … Read more

Top Tips for Communicating With Teenagers

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For parents, one of the most challenging stages of their children’s life is the teenage years. All the changes brought about by puberty just seem to transform children into whole different people who are easily irritated or are now distant – far from the adorable kids that used to run around your … Read more

Teaching Kids About Using Tools

Teaching Kids About Using Tools

As a father, you’re in charge of the home repairs, from plumbing, electrical walls to electrical fixes. While you work on them, you most likely see your kids hanging around watching every action. After all, kids are brimming with curiosity, eager to mimic what you do and learn what you’re up to. … Read more

Can Having a Pet Bring Your Family Closer?

Can Having a Pet Bring Your Family Closer

Most families come to a point where they contemplate owning a pet. As a father, it can be one of the most challenging decisions to make, thinking about all the responsibilities you’re already carrying and the additional duties of having a new member of the family entails. Of course, there drawbacks and … Read more