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When Travelling with kids, top reminders (1)
Emotional Regulation

When travelling with kids. Top Reminders:

I have realised that travelling with the children is one of the things that triggers me the most. I come back drained, needing 2-3 days to feel better emotionally. I know that not everyone feels that way but I hope this may help people that do, and inform others.

What helped? Here are a few reminders.

Emotional Regulation

The Magic of Mindfulness Practices for Emotion Management

Mindfulness can be described as being aware of the present moment, yourself, your body, your surroundings, and the world. With mindfulness, we can live in the moment and be aware of our own thoughts and feelings. Mindfulness activities with children aim to provide self-control, manage strong emotions and calming down.


Visiting the Magical Lands of Stories

Storytell­ing is the oldest form of teaching and spending time together. Stories bring joy to our lives and have many benefits for our chil­dren’s development.


“Will You Play with Me?” A Way to Connect with Your Little One

The attachment between parent and child works as a safe base for the child to explore the world. Although Attachment Theory reveals that attachment occurs within the first 3 years of a child’s life, some recent studies show that attachment can develop and become stronger in subsequent years. Secure Attachment supports children’s self-confidence and resilience. Secure Attachment can be achieved when the parent/caregiver recognizes the emotional needs of the child and meet these emotional needs. PLAY is very crucial for creating a strong bond between the child and the parents/carers.


ME TOO; Taking Care of Myself as A Parent

Being a parent is not easy, there are no courses, no internships and at every stage you need different parenting styles and strategies. You may feel like parenting is much more different from how you imagined. So, today’s article is about you and taking care of YOURSELF as a parent! Don’t forget that taking care of yourself must be a part of taking care of your children.

Building Resilience in Children

Building Resilience in Children

What is Resilience?
Resilience can be defined as ‘doing well during or after an adverse event, or a period of adversity.’ Every child can have resilience on a different level, so they respond differently to different stressful events. Sometimes you can observe them being emotional, withdrawn, defiant or resentful.

Can resilience be supported?
Absolutely YES! You can support your little one in different ways to build resilience!

Talking about emotions
Emotional Regulation

Welcome to the Roller Coaster of Emotions!​

A quick Guide on How to Deal with Strong Emotions?
Identifying and talking about one’s emotions is the start of calming down and problem-solving. Children need to know about their own emotions to understand others’ emotions.