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Every сhild iѕ diffеrеnt, ѕо ѕоmеtimеѕ уоu hаvе tо tаkе diffеrеnt approaches... More > with each оf уоur kidѕ. Yоu can not ѕреnd tоо much time trуing tо be only their friend. Whеn уоu dо that уоu will ѕtаrt tо lose them as your children. Whеn уоu can bаlаnсе bеing thеir friеnd аnd being thеir раrеnt you will hаvе thе best rеlаtiоnѕhiр with thеm and thе bеѕt сhаnсе оf a normal lifе.< Less
Life Is to Live – Worry Not Be Happy By Baldev Bhatia
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ABOUT THE BOOK Life Is to Live – Worry Not Be Happy. The feeling of negative thinking or sadness is within us. It is said that negative thinking is purely our own matter. Though it has got... More > something to do with our external circumstances. But there are certainly some positive factors within us that keep us happy and there is something negative within us also which keep us unhappy. Happy living through positive and good thoughts, is nothing more than that of living a normal life free from undue pressures, problems and tensions. If we want to live a good and happy life then we need to get rid of the negativity within us which makes us unhappy. Negative approach always complicates the problems and increases unhappiness. Most of us do the fatal mistake of looking outwards for happiness rather than looking inwards. Be positive, be strong, be bold and be courageous you are sure to find the feeling of happiness within you.< Less
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Childhood is a Verb!: Why a Virtual Childhood Isn't Enough By Bente Goldstein
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(COLORFUL SUMMARIZED VERSION - PAPER BACK.) Written by a teacher who runs immersion programs for children on her organic farm, this book will convince you that you have the right to bring your... More > children back from 'virtual land' in order to foster a healthy childhood for them. Parents and teachers will find practical advice on how to launch their children as capable, balanced and curious human beings that have wherewithal, are other-centered, and can take initiatives. The take home message is that if children spend too much time on screens, they will lose out on interacting with their environments in meaningful ways. This will stunt their development. Conversely, if children do chores guided by grownups or play creatively, they will develop important life skills. We hope it will help you to see kids' learning processes in a new light.< Less