Guiding children

raising children with love and respect

Category Archives: education

Children watching TV

TV can be stressful.  Young toddlers shouldn’t watch TV at all, actually. It’s incomprehensible to them, the whole concept. What is here and now, is the only real thing to them, so TV becomes very real to them. The same goes naturally for computer games. Remember, babies and young toddlers can hardly grasp the concept of time, nor do …

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Motivation and rewards

We like to gain something from an effort. Most of us find rewards motivating. Rewards can be a lot of things, including the appreciation and attention from someone you care about. Other rewards, like gifts, money, pleasure or inclusion into a perceived higher-status-group, can be found outside the family, and delivered without our knowledge. What we must remember …

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