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Having good mental health doesn’t mean that kids don’t experience difficulties or worries. Feeling worried, sad or fearful is normal. Kids who are mentally healthy are equipped to handle many of life’s curve balls that come their way. They also don’t let their emotions overwhelm them. As a result they learn better and have more friends as well

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Learning to walk away from kids' who backchat you may be the best thing to do. It helps to remember that you shouldn't wrestle with a pig in the mud because the pig just loves it.

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Rosters are a great way to get kids to help at home without being paid. When something needs to be done refer to the roster. “Okay guys, who’s turn is it to do the dishwasher?” It’s the humble jobs roster that’s tells kids what to do, not you.

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Modern kids are busy and both kids and families are beginning to feel the strain. The Hurried Child syndrome is an alarming phenomenon as regardless of age kids lives are filled with activities from dawn to dusk.

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Research on fixed thinking type of mindset versus malleable dynamic way of thinking has implications for kids reaching their full potential. It all begins with your language.

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