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Not Crushing the Dreams of My Young Video Game Creator

<a href="/blogs/nikkimoff/2012/03/05/not-crushing-the-dreams-of-my-young-video-game-creator">Not Crushing the Dreams of My Young Video Game Creator</a>

For a couple of months last year my then 8 year old son had an obsession with inventing a new video game. He expected to be able to dictate to me over my shoulder for a few hours on our home computer and ‘voila!’ - we would have a brand new highly-functioning, multi-level, multi-platform video game to distribute to the market at large. Then he wanted to be entered into the Guinness Book of World Records as the youngest child to create a video game. Read full article

I am a Tiger Mother and a Bear Mother

<a href="/blogs/michelle-higgins/2011/01/27/i-am-a-tiger-mother-and-a-bear-mother">I am a Tiger Mother and a Bear Mother</a>

Being a mother of a child with a special needs diagnosis tends to turn one into more of a Bear Mother than a Tiger Mother. The "Tiger Mum" tag, as outlined in Amy Chua's Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, is not unique to "Chinese parenting" although it may be most fully expressed there ...When my inner Tiger Mum starts to roar too loudly, both literally and psychologically, I can rely on my husband and children to let me know that I have crossed the line and need to put my inner Tiger Mum in lockdown mode. Read full article

Raising the Best Possible Child

<a href="/parenting-resources/parenting-style/raising-the-best-possible-child">Raising the Best Possible Child</a>

Book: Occupational Therapist, Jo Jackson-King has written a book for parents that shows them how to encourage their children to make the most of their natural temperaments. This book gives parents up to date information on topics including childcare, leaving a child to cry, discipline, physical and emotional milestones and education. There are also sections on teaching your child to navigate their own and others' emotions, manage stress and stay focused. Read full article