Posts By: Joseph Ruiz

Separation Anxiety

Separation Anxiety Separation anxiety is a stage that begins when babies start to comprehend that people and things exist even when they are not present. It is basically a concept known as object permanence. Most infants or toddlers express their feeling of anxiety and get upset at being separated from parents. It is indeed frustrating

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When Do I Need To Seek A Tutor For My Child?

Nowadays tuition has become almost a thing taken for granted for children. Most children in secondary or middle school need assistance in certain subjects or all of them. However, many kids seem to get into it quite early or so it might seem as a decision among parents. If you are wondering whether you need

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Why Is My Toddler Aggressive?

Why Is My Toddler Aggressive? If your toddler shows aggressive behavior you might be shocked from the same as well as other onlookers. There are certain reasons for which a toddler might showcase aggressive behavior such as a fierce desire to make independent choices, impulse control that is undeveloped as well as language skills that

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Behavior Problems Of Two Year Old Kids

When you know that your two-year-old is misbehaving frequently, it’s time to take some action to ensure that it works positively. Some of the common questions raised by parents on the behavioral pattern of their two years old have been discussed below.    Why does my child get aggressive? Well, you may be watching your little

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Toddlers And Their Common Fears

Toddlers And Their Common Fears It is only normal for toddlers to be fearful. Anxiety is a natural condition after all that helps them cope with new challenges and protects from danger. Toddlers are most commonly frightened of certain things like the dark, bugs, vacuum cleaners or dogs. If you look from a broader perspective,

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What Is The Pre-Teen Phase?

When children reach the age between 9 and 12, they want very little or merely nothing from parents. Their pre-adolescent is different from what it was a year or two ago. They change physically, socially, emotionally and cognitively. This is because they develop a new feeling of independence and want to figure out how far

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