Playing around with your kid.

Although kids need time to play alone and without adult intervention with other kids, research shows that it is also necessary to play with parents. Kids want time with their parents. This makes them feel especially different. Parents are encouraged to find time to regularly spend playing with their kids. It will include one toContinue reading “Playing around with your kid.”

It’s Cool not to be perfect.

Have you ever felt that you’re not good enough? I have, and it’s all right to feel that way. That is how our mind functions. It is quick to get scared in our psychology and to persuade yourself that you are not good enough. At some point in our life, all of us have experiencedContinue reading “It’s Cool not to be perfect.”

Four Reasons Why You Should Invest In Self-Development

By Azugbene Solomon “Sometimes the easiest things to do are also the hardest things not to do,” said Jim Rohan, an entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker. There are so many meaningful books that you can read, podcasts to listen to, and workshops to attend to learn from. Well-known Billionaire investor Warren Buffett says that theContinue reading “Four Reasons Why You Should Invest In Self-Development”


It is not your fault if you have taught your child good beha­viour and they do not turn out the way you expected. Children of the same parents are different people. They deal with pressure differently. You may treat them the same, but it depends on their character how they implement what you have taughtContinue reading “TEACH A CHILD THE RIGHT PATH”

Talking About School With Kids and Teens.

Key points Talking about school with your child is important. It shows you’re interested in your child’s life and value education. You can start a conversation about school with your child by picking a good time to talk and asking simple, positive and specific questions. As your child gets closer to finishing school, talking aboutContinue reading “Talking About School With Kids and Teens.”

Teaching Your Children About Peace

Here are some thoughtful ways you can help your children explore the concept of peace at home… Talk About Peace. Start by defining the word “peace” with your children. Ask what they think it means; their answers will probably be very enlightening. They are often surprised to realize that peace can be found many places,Continue reading “Teaching Your Children About Peace”

10 Ways To Stop Your Child From Lying

Have you ever given your kids the fresh breath test? If you have a child who tends to lie, you probably have! It works like this: You ask: “Did you brush your teeth?” Your child answers, “Yes.” “Okay,” you say, “let me smell your breath.” It’s pretty obvious if your child hasn’t brushed his teeth.Continue reading “10 Ways To Stop Your Child From Lying”


By CfYA Member Teens who experiment with drugs put their health and safety at risk. Help prevent teen drug abuse by talking to your teen about the consequences of using drugs and the importance of making healthy choices. Why teens use or misuse drugs Various factors can contribute to teen drug use and misuse. First-timeContinue reading “HELP YOUR TEEN AVOID DRUGS”

13 Symptoms Of Learning Disabilities In Teens

Does your teenager have special difficulties when it comes to learning? Are you worried your teen may be suffering from a learning disability? Researchers have found that children and adolescents with learning disabilities have high rates of mental health and behavioral problems. Because, learning difficulties often result in low self-esteem, which is a root causeContinue reading “13 Symptoms Of Learning Disabilities In Teens”


If you’re a parent, finding ways to motivate your teenager or young-adult child can be difficult at best. But it’s even more of a challenge if you’re managing young adults in the workplace. In that situation, it’s crucial to find effective means of motivating your workforce–for their sake and for the sake of your business.Continue reading “HOW TO MOTIVATE YOUNG ADULTS TO WORK”