Tips on Dealing with Young Children
Do you want a fresh look on tips for dealing with little ones? Dealing with children is tough, but thinking of the effect of our dealings with our children (or children we care for) is even tougher. As a mother and a teacher, I have seen it all and have devised some techniques that anyone can adopt in your everyday dealings with younger children that may set the tone for the rest of your life. You may even find yourself implementing some of these techniques when dealing with adults, young and old, as you start to look at things “differently.”
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Dalia is a mother of two very active young boys, with very different, yet loving and respectful hearts. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Science from The King’s University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education (After Degree) from the UofA, and is currently enrolled and completing my Master’s of Education from Memorial University of Newfoundland. She understands the need for discipline as she spent the first part of her life in a very conservative country, where women’s roles (in particular) were very defined. But she also understands the need for love, patience, and consideration in dealing with young children, to sow the seeds for a respectful, caring, compassionate, well-developed, productive mature adult. I have a strong belief in the good nature of a child, and the need to provide proper guidance to help the child to develop into a successful adult.