My son is 7 years and can’t seem to sit still or concentrate on any activity for more than 15 minutues. Could he be hyperactive? What can I do?
Some children do show tendency to be over active as their brain works too fast. You need to challenge the child physically by enrolling him in different activities so it tires him. Teach him to complete his work what he starts without getting angry. You have to start the role of an authoritative parent when it comes to good manners,...View Answer
My kid is studying in class 5th and is good at studies. But she is having this careless attitude which is not to care about her belongings. We can’t keep scolding her everyday..but I’m very upset with her. How to make her more responsible about her things? Please provide suggestions.
Your child cannot be a perfect model that you want her to be! Anger or punishments will not change her personality. You need to cut down on something she loves most when she crosses over the point of discipline and she will be motivated to remember the importance of being responsible. Try to engage her in activities with your participation,...View Answer
Do you have any tips for concentration or productivity in the office? I’m more than a year into my first full-time position in marketing, and I’m either experiencing burnout. I put off my work, thinking that I’ll tackle it later that night, but when I get home, I am so exhausted that I barely move from the couch. How do you stay motivated?
This is a good question and may help a lot of people. People burn out easily today due to distractions and uncontrollable desires. We need to take the responsibility of our action and the job you have taken is your choice. Working for money or keeping the family together is not motivation enough to excel in the job; there is...View Answer
When my husband and I try to discuss important issues, we usually wind up arguing, fighting, or shutting down. What can we do?
This is a typical anxiety issue where one is trying to prove a point and win the argument. If it is an important matter to be discussed, both of you need to set aside the ego and focus on the goal of sorting out the problem. Argument is healthy only if you know how to handle criticism, it ends in...View Answer
I often feel my partner doesn’t want to hear me in important conversations. S/He interrupts me, changes the subject, misunderstands, blanks out, or leaves. What can I do?
I presume it is your husband you are talking about. In this fast pace of technology and communication, the attention span of people in general has reduced. In the family system, it is a bit alarming as people involved have their own pressures and the focus point becomes a challenge. However, there is always a solution to everything. It is...View Answer