How to parent a child with mental illness

From the minute a mother conceives a baby and months later when she holds her newborn in her arms, her life changes. As for the man, he enters the new phase of fatherhood. The parents experience a whole new level of affection for their child, which they never experienced before. And along with this immense...

Munchausen syndrome by proxy

A history of child abuse, not only affects a child emotionally but also the development of the brain. The child feels the safest with the parent. But what happens when the parent becomes the abuser? In Psychology, Munchausen syndrome by proxy is classified under the factitious disorder. A factitious disorder is a mental illness where...

Tips to Handle a Bully Teacher

Most of the teachers your child meets are good or even excellent. But, there are few teachers who will try and bully your child. Sometimes, some teacher considers and take their responsibilities as a post of power. Hence, they start bullying your child and try to make them work very hard. Moreover, even when the...

Narcissistic Personality Disorder

What are the Personality Disorders? You would be suffering from a Personality Disorder if you have unhealthy and rigid patterns of Thinking, behaving and functioning. It is difficult to diagnose if you have a personality disorder because the way you behave and think is very natural to you. Since,You often find that the problems you...

Inside Telepathy

Telepathy is a phenomenon under the broad Umbrella term of Extrasensory Perception(ESP) as defined in Parapsychology. Clairvoyance, clairaudience,  are similar to the phenomenon of Telepathy. Telepathy is communication of a message from one mind to another without any medium. For example, you get a call from a friend the moment you think of him; Though...

About Autism Spectrum

Autism or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) happens because of a neurobiological dysfunction. The symptoms of ASD start showing up when the child is about two to three years of age. The symptoms include, loss of social interaction and communication, repetitive and restricted behaviour, has an unusual tone for voice, failing to respond and many more....

Stuttering and its Impact

Stuttering is a  childhood-onset disorder of speech in which the person repeats sounds, words, syllables, takes time to utter a sound and has an interrupted speech known as ‘block’.The person is aware of what he has to say but has trouble producing the normal speech flow. The speech distortions are often accompanied with problem behaviors...

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Children

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can happen to adults as well as children. The amount of trauma experienced by an adult can be experienced by a child too. But, their reaction to trauma differs with age. Thus, below are few symptoms shown by a Child having PTSD: Bed Wetting: Even after learning how to use the...

Back to School: After Holidays

It is always very difficult to go back to school after a long break. Most of the times, the breaks are always too short no matter the length of the duration. But, the school has to open one day and you have to go back to school. Going back to school needs physical and emotional...

7 Ways on How to Become a Better Parent

Being a parent is a hectic task but, it is something which comes as a responsibility for them. Many of them love being a parent. But, they always wonder how can they be better at what they are doing. Also, along with being a parent comes conflicts of emotions and ideas. With all these, the...