Rewards points have essentially become a new currency. How to make sure you spend it well.
Did you hear the story about a guy who traveled the world and flew first class but paid only US$273? Yes, that’s right, he spent less than P15,000, and when I saw the headline, I hesitated thinking this could just be clickbait.
The hope is rewards will help our kids imbibe good behavior. But it can also backfire.
It’s a lesson we’re all too familiar with: positive reinforcement. The process is simple: keep rewarding your child for positive actions, and he or she will eventually imbibe these as habits. Sounds pretty simple, right? But we all know it’s not as easy
Five decades of research show that spanking can even lead to more anti-social behavior, even aggression.
A new study published in the Journal of Family Psychology found that the more children are spanked, the more likely they are to defy their parents. In analyzing 50 years’ worth of data involving over 160,000 children, researchers at the University of Texas
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Dad and contributing writer Robert Del Rosario gives practical advice on helping your preschooler develop a sense of independence early on.
How often do you see a young child out in a restaurant, about six years old being spoon fed by his mother or yaya? A correct observation would be to say “quite a lot”, but the sad truth is, it’s happening with
Mom and contributing writer Des Doligosa shares her story on becoming a stay-at-home mom, its daily joys and challenges, and how it has helped renew her identity as a woman, wife, mom and individual.
Motherhood is serious workI find that the phrase “working mother” is redundant. Regardless of being a corporate employed mom or a stay-at-home mom, it’s really all the same. It doesn’t make one better or any less as a mom. Being one or
Experts talk about the rewards and drawbacks of standing too close as your child learns about autonomy and self-reliance.
Rafael was only 3 years old when Nette Damaso decided it was time for him to go to school. “I was never comfortable leaving my baby with the yaya; I wanted to take care of my 2 sons on my own,” Damaso
16 ways to scrimp your way to fun family getaways.
You’re all packed and ready to go. And the only thing holding you back is the mental image of travel bills piling up on your desk. Well, worry no more! Experts give their tried-and-tested tips for that worry-free vacation you and your
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Is your child displaying signs of forgetfulness? Learn how to address this issue early on and find ways to strengthen her memory.
When will they begin remembering?Kids can remember a lot, says Giselle Eljincolin, school director and mother of two. But they tend to forget because young children’s memories are very selective. They store distinctive and relevant data but they fail to remember things