Psychology

Psychology
Wellness

Homeschooling, Can Parents Be Good Teachers?

Goodevening period. Many of you, in this period, is having a role as a teacher at home and every day are attending lessons to the children. Homeschooling might give some results and positive effects but in fact, parents can never replace the teacher even if they have the proper education. In our home, children are […]

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Psychology
Wellness

Parents Need Playtime, Too

How many times have you played together with your child? If you are working, probably you don’t have so much time to play with them, but you really need to spend more time playing with your kids. Children need a friend for playing and sometimes there is no child to play with and you must […]

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Psychology

People Rather Text than Talk, Why?

Living in modern society and in 21 century makes you being modern people and leading modern life. I was walking on the street to realize that people rather text than talk. Their cellphones are in their hands and they even don’t move their head from it and rarely we can see how the phones are […]

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Psychology

Being an Only Child – The Positive and Negative Sides

Being an only child has it’s own positive and negative sides, psychologists say. The research is similar to those children that are first-born but aren’t the only in the family. Also, read about why we should behave with children in a good way on the link here. Noe check the positive and negative sides of […]

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Psychology

The Way We Talk to our Children Becomes their Inner Voice

Children are reflecting their parents and this is the truth. They do the same things that their parents do. The way we talk, the way we walk, the way we behave with other people, our children inherit this and we must change ourselves!!! Children can help parents to learn some new things about life, bout […]

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Psychology

Wearing Seat Belts Reduce the Risk of Death

Good morning friends. I made a research about why seat belts are so important and if you don’t wear it you can pay taxes. I found a surprising fact that says that wearing seat belts reduce the risk of death for even 45 %. The research says that among drivers and front-seat passengers, seat belts reduce or cut the risk of […]

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Psychology

Pressuring Kids to get Good Grades Can end With Bad Result

Many young and new parents nowadays are pressuring kids to get good grades even without knowing that this is bad for them. Having good grades doesn’t make your child happy and at the same time, having low grades don’t make your child stupid. If you make pressure on your kids and force them to learn […]

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Psychology

Why Men Decide to Stay Childfree?

Many men nowadays decide to stay childfree until they turn 30 or even more. Surprising fact bt this is certainly true. Many young couples nowadays, hardly decide to get married and many of them are childfree. The very first reason why this is like this is that they don’t want an obligation or simply aren’t […]

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Psychology
Wellness

Why Spectators Should be Quite During the Tennis Match?

We all love to play tennis and watch tennis matches, but there is one rule that we should all respect. the rule is that we should be quit while seeing the match with the aim to help a tennis player to concentrate on the game. It’s not a team sport, so every player needs concentration […]

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Health
Psychology

We Miss People That Aren’t Anymore in Our Life, Most for the Holidays

Hey friends. did you miss our last post about fires in Australia and 48 million death animals? If you missed, click here to read it. Today we have a sad post. It’s titled: We miss people that aren’t any more in our lives, mostly for holidays. If you have missing some person to be with […]

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