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Poor communications and a dirty dozen

Poor communications and a dirty dozen

originally published in Chinese Poor communications exist in all kind of interpersonal relationships. Especially between parents and children, spouses, and friends. These poor communications often lead to negative emotions and conflicts, and even affect the willingness of both parties to continue communication, and even worsen the interpersonal relationship. I remember that when I was in junior high ... Read More

Can my child repeat the game more than once?

Of course! Simulations are essential to skill building and retention. Pilots are not qualified without training on the flight simulator and astronauts aren’t sent to space without zero gravity training. Likewise, children shouldn’t be expected to master such a complicated skill as resilience, confidence, negotiation, leadership without adequate reinforcement. CuraFUN games instructs specific strategies, skills in progressively ... Read More

What old story about yourself are you still believing? Here’s how to find it and change it

Raúl Soria Many of us hold deeply ingrained beliefs about ourselves that are simply not true. You can start to free yourself from them by editing your narrative, says psychiatrist John Sharp. There are many things in our lives that we have little control over — the news, the weather, the traffic, the soup of the ... Read More
Adults are more generous in the presence of children, new research shows

Adults are more generous in the presence of children, new research shows

Even non-parents were found to be more prosocial if youngsters were present. Most of us assume that we tend to be kinder towards children than we are to adults. Past research confirms this assumption, showing that we're more caring towards children, and that this effect even extends to being more helpful and empathic towards baby-faced adults.

But no ... Read More