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The Most Common Destructive Cognitive Biases in a Relationship that People Don’t Realize

While in a relationship, we may do certain things that don’t actually help the bond between two people strengthen. Of course, we don’t even realize when we do such things, and that’s why it is better to analyze our relationship and realize when we don’t do something right. Cognitive biases can be as helpful as…

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5 POWERFUL TIPS FOR PARENTING TEENAGERS

Raising teenagers, in the light of the quite large gap between generations, can be hard on the parents’ nerves. Unfortunately, this can easily lead to a dysfunctional relationship between them and their already erratic teens. Okay, now that we’ve settled that raising teenagers isn’t the easiest thing in the world, allow us to give you…

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4 PARENTING MISTAKES YOU DON’T KNOW YOU’RE MAKING

We often think of parents as faultless demigods that know life inside and out and have been through every possible situation that their children are or will be in. Is this the naked truth? The short answer is “No”; the long answer is still “No”. Parents are prone to making mistakes – parenting is, for the most…

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STRESSFUL SITUATIONS FOR CHILDREN IN SCHOOL

Many teachers don’t care about the stress they put on children as much as they should. This often leads to a dysfunctional teacher-pupil relation and even to problems between parents and their children. If you’re a teacher, you should be familiar with these 10 situations in which children become excessively stressed out. Avoid them at…

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SIMPLE WAYS TO GET YOUR CHILDREN TO LISTEN TO YOU

“Go to your room!” is the single most employed catchphrase to get a kid to listen to you. It’s like drawing a line in the sand and saying: “Should you dare cross it, I’ll show you how your mother-in-law will be!” As a parent myself, I’ve always looked for less belligerent ways of making my children listen…

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