Maladies et problèmes de santé
Here comes the Holiday season again. The days are getting shorter, and so are children’s attention spans. Their Holiday wish lists, on the other hand, are getting progressively longer by the day.
When your children have set-backs and you hear the words “I’m an idiot”, or “I’m ugly, nobody likes me”, you probably worry about their self-esteem. What makes them say mean things about themselves, you wonder. They’re great kids, everyone should be able to see that, even them! However, most kids do struggle with feelings of inadequacy and must be helped towards a healthier self-image.
If there’s one visitor nobody wants around during the holidays, it’s gastroenteritis a.k.a. ‘the stomach flu’.
In order to make your holidays safer, more relaxing and more enjoyable, think about these ideas and safety concerns ahead of time.
Whether you can get outside or the weather keeps you in, here are some great aerobic activities to add to your family’s routine.
Talking about menstruation early is a good idea. Girls get their first period as early as eight years old and as late as 15, although the average is around 12.
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