33 Activities to Raise Mindful Children

33 Activities to Raise Mindful Children

Sometimes it feels as though the screens are consuming our children not the other way round. I feel so concerned about persistent lower moods in which my son lives.  Are our children ever going to know the happiness hidden in playing without toys? Are you among those parents who have similar concerns as above? Do you also worry about the declining level of happiness in the younger generation? You know […]

8 Activities for Workaholics to be More Mindful Parents

8 Activities for Workaholics to be More Mindful Parents

When it comes to raising your children, you wonder if your workaholic attitude is helping your children move their excellence or is it keeping them stuck and away from you. You are worried. Before this life of parenting your children, you were content with your lifestyle. But now you want to make changes and are clueless. You are that workaholic who constantly thinks about results, achievements, appearance, and perfection. You […]

How to Stop Sibling Bullying Once and For All

How to Stop Sibling Bullying Once and For All

How to stop sibling bullying is a question not only parents but also sibling bullies ask. It’s unfortunate that most of these bullies never get the answer. When Jon finally appreciated the fact that his younger brother, Joe, will remain with share his parents all his life, he became irate and confused. Would Joe share his parents’ attention and love also? It didn’t take much time for Jon to realize […]

Maintaining Peace in the Wake of Sibling Bullying

Maintaining Peace in the Wake of Sibling Bullying

Marie didn’t wait much before finding a therapist for her children as soon as she found out about the sibling bullying at her home. She sought knowledge about what to do about sibling bullying and resorted to apply it immediately. Her therapist was hopeful of brighter outcomes from the family therapy which was most suitable for their case. Her first visit to the therapist was also a success. Her communication […]

Consequences of Sibling Bullying

Consequences of Sibling Bullying

Consequences of sibling bullying are not always apparent. Unfortunately, families tend to hide these dynamics and their impacts for years and, sometimes, generations. Noah is a shy kid. He doesn’t feel comfortable in social gatherings. Reading is his best hobby. And observing and experimenting with science is second. Whenever he gets out of home, he longs to get back to his home. He doesn’t dislike trips or picnics. He enjoys […]

How Do Bullies Think

How Do Bullies Think

This post talks about the thinking pattern of bullies in general. Because there is little difference in the cognitive pattern of different bullies, this post holds true for every bully in general. Bullies are bad guys who lack empathy and moral values. They are evil souls who find pleasure in hurting others. You and I both know that the above statements are pieces of utter bullshit. In reality, every one […]

Understanding Causes of Sibling Bullying

Understanding Causes of Sibling Bullying

Sarah wanted that same doll which her sister had gotten at her birthday. Why wouldn’t she? That doll was adorable. We can dismiss that behavior as a one-off event. But longer observation made it clear; it was not a stand-alone event. Sarah needed every toy that belonged to her sister. And she needed that toy as soon as her sister showed interest in playing with those toys. She was not […]

Ultimate Guide to Handling Sibling Rivalry

Ultimate Guide to Handling Sibling Rivalry

Imagine this: You come home one day and you find your children sitting close to each other enjoying snacks or indulged in an activity which is their mutual favorite. You ask about their day and they tell you raving stories about how they cooperated to find the best activities to fight boredom and how they helped each other in preparing and having midday snack. You beam with satisfaction and proud. […]

Sibling Rivalry or Bullying? Discover the Differences

Sibling Rivalry or Bullying? Discover the Differences

When I first met her at my school, I found her overbearing yet distant. She was overbearing because she liked to dictate students on how they should breathe. And she was distant because she didn’t care if we ever needed her advice or not. Like my other teachers, she was focused on the academic success of students. But unlike, other teachers, the tools she had for encouraging us towards academic […]