Finding it hard to concentrate? Just looking at something that reminds us of coffee can cause our minds to become more alert and attentive, according to a new study.
Schools have reopened and parents have a new worry plaguing them, which sends them into panic mode: their children’s sorry behaviour in the classroom. Parents have a thin time trying to tackle the thick of such deportment.
We might not all be parents, but we are all most probably someone’s aunt, uncle, grandparent or elder sibling.
Non-harassing social sexual behaviour (call it flirting) in the workplace, if enjoyed, can provide psychosocial resources that protect recipients from stress and its negative outcomes, reveals research.
In order to get through to children, it is imperative that parents use what is known as alpha speech, in which they convey authority with the proper use of language.
If you or your spouse are in the habit of rewarding your child’s good behaviour, or promise them gifts just so they can do what they are told, you might be doing them more harm than good.
As more and more people have been going back out in public now that some of the state’s restrictions have lifted, the presence, or absence, of a mask can often trigger punitive behaviour.