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I don’t believe there is a child who doesn’t enjoy a story, whether it is one read from a book, watched on a screen or made up by the teller. From a very young age children understand much more than they have the language t...
Making Sense of the Teenage Brain   If you’ve ever thought the risky behavior of many teens was insane, you may be justified, in a sense - the human brain matures far slower than the rest of the body, and teens are physicall...
by Elizabeth Coleman, BlueSky Holistic Family Education While temper tantrums may seem like a normal part of having a toddler, they are usually a sign that your child is having a crisis.  A tantrum is a moment when your child lose...
Schoolʼs out, but you may still be in Dubai. Here a few fun ways to spend time together as a family and to connect with your family far away. All of our activities can be done indoors, and are appropriate for children and adults of al...
In the first episode of Teens Talk Middle East entitled ‘Confidence’, Maria V. Chatila (Relationship Coach and the host/ director of Teens Talk Middle East) discusses the topic of confidence with 3 other teens: Elizabeth Dr...
‘Like a mother bird pushing her babies out of the nest, trust that you will fly or fall; either way, growth is necessary’ – Maria V. Chatila   There comes a time in every relationship where change is necessary.&n...
‘It’s not always rainbows and butterflies, its compromise that moves us along.’ – Anonymous Having just witnessed a special friend make the promise of a lifetime to her sweetheart in front of all their friends a...
Picture this…   Wake up at 6am, get dressed, feed the children breakfast, dress the children for school, drive children to school, race to work and hope that you’re not late. Phone call comes through…’Mum...
According to Wikipedia, "judgment is the evaluation of evidence in the making of a decision". How does this relate to women and particularly me? My objective for this article is to share both my personal experiences and my profession...
  A common stereotype about teenagers is that they are non-communicative, confrontational and egocentric.  The saddest component of the formula for a teen-ager is that the term alone has become the label of doom that parents ...
Sitting down in a café with a group of ladies, I enjoyed the laughter and gossip of how our husbands were beginning to show symptoms of the midlife crisis.  As we chuckled, I heard one of the ladies ask, ‘what about w...
September marked the return to school for children in the UAE. The summer fun had come to an end and families across the country returned to their regular routines of school drop off and school pick-ups. As with mums from around the wo...
In Maria’s work as a Family & Relationship Coach, she has had the opportunity to work with teenagers through her private family sessions, her magazine column with One8One, her workshops and in her personal experiences with he...
Having just returned emotionally exhausted from a trip abroad that included inner development of my relationship with self, as well as my relationship with others, I realised that I had taken a lot of what was said and not said very pe...
I dedicate this article to all parents and children in the hope that it may motivate and inspire you to achieve your full potential. Anyone who knows me will agree that I am unable to wear the mask of pretender very well. Most often, I...