If you are the parent of a hyperactive, inattentive, or forgetful child, you know how destructive such behaviours can be: Schoolwork goes uncompleted, rooms remain messy, toys stay strewn around the house where they could easily cause injury, etc. No matter how much you scold, encourage, or plead with yourRead More →

“Interviews with Jivanmukti” on vital spiritual questions and topics. This video is a Spiritual Transmission and addresses questions of spirituality, family life and children, upbringing of children and the best way to pass on knowledge to the children and future generations, family values, and social values, well-being and spiritual evolution,Read More →

Based on the beloved best-selling novel, Wonder follows the inspiring story of the Pullman family, whose youngest child, Auggie, is a boy born with facial differences. When Auggie enters mainstream elementary school for the first time, his extraordinary journey unites his family, his school, and his community, and proves thatRead More →

For many parents, trying to assess the ways in which media violence may affect their children leads to a great deal of worry and confusion. Caught between alarmist headlines and the assuaging claims sent out by big media to counteract them, then inundated with conflicting evidence, parents have discovered thatRead More →

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Strong-willed children are often maligned owing to how difficult they are for parents and other authority figures to manage; frequently labelled as disruptive, unruly, or “difficult,” these children also typically possess a range of untapped gifts. When appropriately nurtured, these spirited young people often grow up to be great leadersRead More →

If you are the parent of an anxious child, you probably find yourself occasionally wondering whether or not you have done something “wrong,” something that made your child develop a perpetually worried mind. While such concerns are normal, you can rest assured that the answer is likely “no”; an elevatedRead More →