Teasing or being teased has always been an inevitable part of one’s childhood journey. In a milder form, it is often considered to be a form of playful social exchange, and can help promote acceptance and humility. It also helps children adapt to constructive criticism. However, not all teasing is friendly and it can often have harmful consequences. Hence, it is pertinent that parents identify the signs of bullying and take necessary steps to bully-proof children.
Monthly Archive: August 2017
Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is easily among the most misunderstood medical conditions affecting us today. More often than not, people with autism are considered ‘retarded’ and ‘mentally challenged’, when fact is that people on the autism spectrum tend to have either average or above average intelligence levels, and any diagnosis of an autism spectrum condition will have nothing whatsoever to do with how intelligent they are.