How Can I Teach My Child to Live Life to the Full?

Word Count: 480 Summary: I have spent many years trying to develop my inner self. It has not been easy. Overcoming my fears, inhibitions and inertia was difficult, but the effort has been worth it and I believe I live my life to its full potential. But how can I teach my child to live life to the full? Keywords: teaching, child, self discovery, inner self, self doubt, confidence Article Body: I have spent many years trying to develop my inner self. It has not been easy. Overcoming my fears, inhibitions and inertia was difficult, but the effort has been worth it and I believe I live my life to its full potential. But how can I teach my child …

How to Detect Autism in Child

Word Count: 624 Summary: Autism may sound familiar to you. It is however important to first establish that this is not an infection or a contagious disease. This is actually a condition where the brain of the child has developed differently, resulting to certain ramifications that affected the system of the child and manifesting in the lack of interpersonal skills of the child. Keywords: autism Article Body: Every parent wants the best for his or her kid, wishing only the best, good health, bright future and prosperous life to the child. But one morning it just hit you, your child is turning 3 years old next month but still remains unresponsive to you. Your child is not as interactive as …

How to cope with sending your child to Preschool

Word Count: 189 Summary: Well parents, it is that time of year again. The time of year when your child will be heading off to preschool or kindergarten. This can be a trying experience for both you and your child. I remember the first time I sent my daughter off to preschool. As the day came closer and closer, […] Keywords: parenthood,parents,family,kids,children,mother,father,mom,dad,grandmother,son,daughter,baby,parenting,education,school,preschool,elementary school,home,house,happy,fun Article Body: Well parents, it is that time of year again. The time of year when your child will be heading off to preschool or kindergarten. This can be a trying experience for both you and your child. I remember the first time I sent my daughter off to preschool. As the day came closer and closer, …

One World . . . One Breath . . . A Massive Global Public Health & Healing Event

Two of the world’s most widely read publications, Parade Magazine and USA Weekend, began a string of media references in the last few months, to a truly unusual coming event. An unprecedented global health & healing event which is about to expand across our planet, educating on natural health solutions, provides a vision of a global coming together for personal and global healing, and an urge for people to open hearts and minds to wisdom from all corners of humanity for the betterment of all. At 10 am, on the morning of Saturday, April 29th, 2006 (celebrated always on the last Saturday of April each year), a mass of people who’ve experienced the health & healing benefits of Tai Chi …

Healing and Transformation

Every symptom has a certain way of being with which it is associated. In order to release a symptom, one must release the way of being associated with it. Thus, the process of healing implies a process of transformation. Anything can be healed. One or Two Months to Live When I had terminal cancer in 1975, I had been told that I had one or two months to live, and that the end might come very suddenly, any moment, if I coughed or sneezed. I was faced with a reality in which each day was possibly my last day, each hour my last hour, and I recognized that for whatever limited time I had remaining, I wanted to be happy. …

Frequent Headaches and Migraine in Children

Children who get frequent headaches and migraine attacks have chronic illness. Such children and their parents face problem to adjust with school and their rules. Extra preparations and steps should be taken to cope with such illness. Pediatric specialist in migraine and headaches exist should be consulted for treatment and other precautionary & preventive measures. Also the triggers vary from child to child, which should be recognized accurately. Firstly, it is the strict attendance rule in most of the schools that children with chronic illness find it difficult to deal with. To add to it, majority of the schools have zero tolerance policy regarding medications, even including over the counter medicines. Reports of students getting expelled for merely carrying Advil …