Tag: psychology

February 24, 2020 Off

Tackling Student’s Academic Weaknesses Through Parent-Teacher Discussions

By Mirriam Hawks

Tackling Student’s Academic Weaknesses Through Parent-Teacher Discussions – For a parent, when people talk about children and schooling, it is likely that the first thought that comes to your mind is that time when your child probably learned to mess around with crayons. However, you should also be thinking of his progress in school. That is why you should have a game plan for responding to teacher-parent conferences.

November 17, 2019 Off

Guidelines For People Who Are Looking For Housemates

By Mirriam Hawks

When you first move out of the family home and decide to get a place of your own it can be quite a shock to realize just how much it costs to run a household. It could be more financially prudent of you if you share the accommodation with some friends instead of struggling on your own.

November 5, 2019 Off

Basic Things A New College Student Will Find Handy In The Dorm

By Mirriam Hawks

Going to college and leaving home can be exciting and at the same time scary for a lot of teens. Their newfound freedom from the restrictions of home is thrilling and yet with the independence comes the knowledge that they will not be able to run to their parents like they used since they now live far away.

October 21, 2019 Off

Dream Of Being Chased

By Kiku Yamada

Being chased in a dream is a very frequent dream theme and is often the result of past experiences, memories or one of the numerous and varied responsibilities we face in our everyday lives.