My Top 10 Articles for this week include how to enhance wellness (through art therapy, stress management, journaling); how to feed picker eaters; how to help children read better; why learning the US economy empowers parents; and how to talk to children about race and racism.
This post features a set of articles relating to child development, ranging from effective parenting style with love, discipline, or both; children in India not learning enough at school; a project aiming to boost Syrian refugee children’s potential; to the long-term adverse consequences that detained children at the US-Mexico border might endure.
Here are My Top 10 News and Articles that I found during June 7th-13th. I was particularly impressed with a “Factfulness” article on how we see the world (ranked number 2) which shows that we actually see the world with fear and biases especially on internet and that we need to enhance the way we view the world based on facts.
Fatherhood is wonderful and brings a lot of joy from the moment that they meet their children for the first time; however, today’s fathers are facing unique yet significant challenges that are not fully recognized even by their own family members. In this article, I discuss the challenges encountered by fathers.
Information gives you power. With knowledge, you can take control more on your destiny. But, it’s easy to say than done, as many parents (including me) are too busy to spend time acquiring essential information. Against this backdrop, I have decided to post pick my top 10 news and articles within a week that I believe convey essential information to me and my blog’s readers.
Factfulness is the act of seeing things based on facts and data. The world in general has much progressing if you see facts, according to the book titled “Factfulness,” written by Hans Rosling, a Swedish medical doctor. Learning the concept of Factfulness benefits parents and children in particular.