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Content related to psychology and education. Here you will find posts about psychology to answer any questions you have as a parent or educator.

Jan24

The Power of Positivity in Education

  Communication is the most powerful virtue that humans possess but with it, we find a double-edged sword. It is well known that the language and behaviors that little ones show the world are, by and large, a reflection of their role models (parents and educators). That is why it is necessary to tip the […]

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Jan04

How Children Can Help with Household Chores

How Children Can Help with Household Chores

Sometimes we forget that a family home is a puzzle where we need all the pieces to fit. In other words, a family is the sum of its members. It is shown that if we involve our little ones in household chores early on, it supports their psychological development with skills such as their sense of […]

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Dec27

7 Advantages of Children That Know How to Solve Problems

7 Advantages of Children That Know How to Solve Problems

Teaching our little ones to solve problems in mathematics will make them successfully cope with life’s challenges.  What are the benefits of learning to solve problems? Help them to understand learning. Memory is very fragile and you can start forgetting knowledge if it is not tied to something emotional or practical. In this way the practical […]

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Dec13

The Value of Effort in Childhood

The Value of Effort in Childhood

  Like Mahatma Gandhi said,  “Satisfaction lies in the effort, not in the attainment. Full effort is full victory,” and how right is he? Educating our children on the values of consistency, perseverance, and effort will make them become fighters for their own destiny, avoiding the conformity of a simple life. But how do you […]

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Nov23

The Superpower of Concentration

The Superpower of Concentration

  It is well known that the virtues that drive man towards self-realization converge on the same point: habits. The virtue of concentration also needs to be nourished day in and day out so that its seeds bear fruit on the different branches of life. The time has come to give our little ones the […]

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Nov16

7 Pieces of Advice to Help Our Children Overcome Shyness

7 Pieces of Advice to Help Our Children Overcome Shyness

Being shy is different than being an introvert. We can define shyness as a feeling of anxiety and insecurity in the face of different social situations for fear of being judged or rejected. Introverts are reserved people who prefer contact with few people and tend to focus on their own thoughts and feelings, however, this will […]

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Nov09

The Importance of Being Parents, Not Friends

The Importance of Being Parents, Not Friends

  The beautiful word ”FRIEND” carries a sense of togetherness, complicity, understanding, fun, and trust. But for you, as mothers and fathers, you are more than friends, you are parents and here are some pieces of advice to help you be the best parents you can be. Protectors Children need to have a parental figure […]

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Sep27

The Importance of Playing in Childhood

The Importance of Playing in Childhood

“Throughout the world children play, and this activity is such an important part of their lives that one is inclined to see it as the raison d’être of childhood. And indeed, play is vital; it conditions the harmonious physical, intellectual and affective development of a child. A child who does not play is a sick […]

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Sep21

I’m Bored: The Art of Knowing How to Get Bored

I’m Bored: The Art of Knowing How to Get Bored

“Prevent children from being bored” is the dogma which shapes the busy schedule of our little ones: school, extracurricular activities, dozens of toys, tablets, television, cell phones… all trying to eliminate the dreaded phrase: “Dad, mom I’m bored.” The art of knowing how to get bored provides them with psychological growth at a mature level. […]

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Sep13

How to Cultivate a Sense of Responsibility in Children

  Who wouldn’t want to give their child something unique, non-transferable and invaluable? Begin by cultivating the responsibility that will help your child become a competent and independent person with ambitious goals in their life: Teach your child what responsibility means and the various types that exist: With themselves. They are the protagonist in their own life and […]

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Sep07

How to Help Your Gifted and Talented Child

How to Help Your Gifted and Talented Child

I was moved by the beauty and truth hidden in the words that psychologist Carl Jung used to describe “Giftedness”: ”Great gifts are the fairest, and often the most dangerous, fruits on the tree of humanity. They hang on the weakest branches, which easily break.” The concept of  “Gifted and Talented” refers to intellectually gifted children, but it […]

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