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Good Listening Skills for One on One or in a Lecture

12th March 2012
We have done it every day of our lives, ever since early childhood. It is something we rarely think about when we're doing it, but it is just as important as sharing our thoughts to with others. It is a form of communication just as much as talking is. Li... Read >
Author: Joel Gray

When Should Mothers Return to Work After A Baby?

23rd September 2011
Michelle was happy. She had a beautiful baby girl of six months and was enjoying being a mother. Suddenly her husband, Paul, was retrenched from his job and there was no money coming in. Paul had little prospect of getting another job but Michelle, a scho... Read >
Author: Dr. Janet Hall

What is Narcissistic Personality Disorder ?- Causes, Symptoms, Information with Treatment

27th June 2011
Narcissistic personality disorder may be naive, defensive personality structure to respond to abuse and trauma, usually developing Early childhood or early adolescence. Factor in the development of children And the behavior of parents, can contribute to e... Read >
Author: takehealthcare

What Every Parent Should Know About the Brigance Assessment

11th April 2011
I am often asked by parents how to use the results of the Brigance Asessment Tool. Here is an overview of the Brigance Assessment tool: what it accomplishes, why we use it, and what every parent should know about it. 1. What is the Brigance Early Child... Read >
Author: suzukischool

Stopping TV/Computer addiction

07th October 2010
More and more, parents report a difficulty concerning children's TV addiction. "It is very annoying" Parents say. "The child indifference shows no respect!" they complain. Indeed, it is not pleasant to talk to someone who does not listen. It is very ea... Read >
Author: Dr. Ely Saggie (Ph.d)

How To Help Your Child Get Over Shyness

08th September 2010
Shyness is very common in children. Think of how often a very young child is afraid of strangers. Perhaps a child hides when a service person comes to visit, or even during a visit from Uncle Charlie or Aunt Freda. On the other hand, a child may seem to b... Read >
Author: Timothy Arends

The Case for a Three Dimensional Employee Empowerment Model Part III

10th June 2010
The Neglected Third Employee Empowerment Dimension The concept of self-efficacy is the core of social cognitive theory. The theory helps us understand the development of behavior and personality as influenced by observational learning, social experienc... Read >
Author: OnyxGlobal HR

Tips to deal with teenage behaviour problems

09th June 2010
Teenage behaviour problems are one of the major challenges for most parents. There are many causes for teenage behaviour problems - hormonal and physical changes, stress at school, family stress and peer group pressure are some of the key causes of teenag... Read >
Author: Kinjal Shah

Jigsaw Puzzles and Child Development

30th December 2009
Jigsaw puzzles have a lot of educational value for children of all ages. This is because to do a jigsaw requires a child to use several different aspects of the thinking process. A baby learns to recognize objects by their shape and not necessarily wh... Read >
Author: Marlin Rollins

About Relationship-He’s Indifferent to Me…Does He Love Me? /Wall of Indifference

24th July 2009
Indifference has many different faces. We talked about attack of indifference and situation that he doesn't react...Today we'll talk about wall of indifference. Wall of indifference There are people who live surrounded by their defensive fortress called... Read >
Author: Vida Curnutt

Flat Feet Versus Fallen Arches

09th July 2009
Q: What is the difference between flat feet and fallen arches? A: Though some people use flat feet and fallen arches interchangeably, they can and should be distinguished. Medically speaking, a person with flat feet has no arches at all. The soles of t... Read >
Author: kentsmith

Manny Pacquiao: The People's Champion

25th January 2009
Manny Pacquiao was born Emmanuel Dapidran Pacquiao on December 17, 1978 in the impoverish neighborhood of Kibawe, Bukidnon in Mindanao, The Philippines. Before all the glory and riches were ever bestowed upon Manny Pacquiao, this ambitious young man who w... Read >
Author: chrisdomasig

Finding Trust in a Codependent Relationship

08th September 2008
Trust is an important element in every relationship. If trust isn't a priority within the relationship, there isn't much of a relationship. As codependents, we learned a lot of the traits we carry with us throughout our life in our early childhood. As chi... Read >
Author: Lori Klauser

Lazy Eye: It May Not Be What You Think

01st March 2007
Lazy eye is a disorder of the coordination between the eye and the brain, usually beginning in childhood. This disorder causes the body to prefer one eye over the other. It is known medically as amblyopia. Lazy eye is characterized by poor or blurry vi... Read >
Author: George McKenzie

Jigsaw Puzzles Help Young Children Develop Important Learning Skills

15th November 2006
Jigsaw puzzles are an excellent source of educational value for children of all ages. This is because to complete a jigsaw involves the child using several different aspects of the thinking process. This article will explain how you can use puzzles with v... Read >
Author: Barbara White
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