How to Talk to Your Teen

How to Talk to Your Teen

“When kids are little, they want to be like their parents and very close to them,” says Diana Divecha, PhD, a developmental psychologist at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. “But puberty triggers a lot of changes in the brain, signaling that it’s time to work on becoming an individual, not dependent on the parents.”Read More

Motivating Your Homeschooled With Your Children

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Among people in this life to accept the three kinds of education, namely family education, school education and social education. And most important for a child is the beginning of family life education. Family education is in daily life with the children, the adults always set an example, with the power to influence their ownRead More