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The Gifts of a Shy Child

How interesting is it that most of us, in fact, at least 40% of people would self-identify as being ‘shy’. It is so natural for parents to want to protect their shy child but, could [...]

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Potential Like a Seed

CHILDREN’S POTENTIAL IS LIKE A SEED WAITING TO GERMINATE What is potential? I’m holding a baobab seed in my hand. It’s a small dark brown kidney-shaped seed. Then I begin to [...]

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No More Power Struggles

I am sure many of you can agree that we are actually tired of hearing about this global pandemic: the effects, the number of cases, this and that. It is tiring and draining, but at the end of the [...]

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Bullying-Game Over!

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How screens have helped us survive the quarantine…or not

In many countries, life is slowly getting back to “normal” after weeks of quarantine due to the Covid 19 coronavirus pandemic. I am wondering how children have lived this period [...]

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Boosting Resilience

Resilience is an important skill required to enable us to deal with stress and challenges we meet through life. It is the ability to respond and adapt positively to life changing situations; from [...]

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Techniques for Boosting Confidence in Children

Techniques for Boosting Confidence in Children   Attitude for Gratitude Start with having an attitude for gratitude, it is so important, it can make such a big difference to anyone’s [...]

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Mental Health, What It Is and What It Isn’t

Mental Health, What It Is and What It Isn’t You may know this already but here is a reminder…. a few tips on how children can thrive when they have a toolkit for building mental [...]

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Having an Attitude For Gratitude

Having an Attitude For Gratitude Having an attitude for gratitude is so important as it can make such a big difference to our mental health, it makes us healthier and can even help us live [...]

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From Hyper-connectivity to Real Connections

When I first saw the Maslow pyramid 2.0, the one where the most basic need for a human being is no longer physiological needs but “wi-fi”, I used to laugh and thought it was a good [...]

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