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Recent study from Oxford University reveals that a dad's emotional attachment and strong bond with his child has the most significant effect on a child’s behavior. Children of emotionally-involved fathers are almost 28% less likely to suffer from behavioral problems in their tweens. The study also showed that fathers who consistently gave emotional support to the mothers also influenced their children's positive behavior. Dads who are more confident with their parenting skills also tend to have a stronger connection with their family. According to Maggie Redshaw, Ph.D., developmental and health psychologist...

The type of discipline parents use on their children can have a dramatic effect on their development. Your choice of discipline strategy can have a big impact on the relationship you establish with your child. How you discipline your child can even influence a child’s mood and temperament into adulthood.According to behavior studies, researchers have discovered that there are four types of parenting styles, which varies according to what their parents perceive the child would need from them.Here are the 4 styles of parenting and how each can affect a...

There are many ways parents can help keep their children’s minds active in fun ways. Although critical thinking skills don’t fully develop until adolescence, you can develop the foundations for good thinking while they are still young.

Is your child shy? Exuberant? Aggressive? Or laid back? Learning your child’s temperament and personality can truly help you in better understanding what your child is all about. While we, as parents, cannot change our child’s individuality and character, we can, however, influence them to becoming better individuals especially when dealing with other children. We’re all born with different temperament and personalities. This set of traits makes each of us unique. It’s a powerful factor in determining how we would react to scenarios—be it positive or negative. The way a...