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Pathological Grief in Children

Grief is accepting and adapting to a loss (either of a loved one, an object, or a situation). It’s difficult for any individual. We, as adults, have probably experienced it at least once or twice and realized how difficult it…

Children and Homework

In recent years, a lot of people have discussed the advantages and disadvantages of assigning homework to children. Does assigning more homework increase the effectiveness of education? In this article, we explain the arguments both in favor and against assigning…

Should You Sugarcoat Reality for Kids?

‘Sugarcoating’ is that tendency to change a painful truth for a more pleasant lie. Why do we tend to sugarcoat reality for children? And to what extent is it good for children to live a sugarcoated reality? People lie to others,…

The Advantages of School Cafeterias

Eating habits continue to concern parents around the world because they know it’s important for their children to eat right. However, mealtimes can become great battlefields that can lead to anxiety and rejection, which may affect our relationship with our children. Signing…

Why is Classroom Management Essential?

Effective classroom management maximizes children’s learning opportunities. On the other hand, a saturated, complex, and potentially chaotic classroom environment can lead to problems that can interfere with the students’ education. Therefore, educational psychologists believe that fostering a positive classroom environment…

Five Art Therapy Exercises for Kids

Kids are voracious explorers and always express their motivation to learn and discover new things. They live in a magical world where discovery reigns. Art therapy, therefore, can be a great tool for therapists to help children live their best lives.…

What Is Food Neophobia?

Food neophobia is when a child is scared of or refuses to eat new foods. This behavior is characteristic of a certain stage of children’s development. Sharing a meal with family or friends is amazing. In most cultures, it also represents…

When Parents Fail Their Own Children

People talk about how sometimes children disappoint their parents. However, when parents fail their own children, willingly or not, they don’t seem to care as much. Aspects such as disrespect, lack of support, attention, and protection are silent killers that…