Little Ninjas at Dubai Sports World

Looking for a fun-filled, safe adventurous activity for your kids this summer? Dubai Sports World has got you covered! Kids can jump, skip and hop away at the Ninja Warriors Course, specially designed for the younger warriors, at Dubai Sports World. Comprised of a mixture of fun bridges, crossings, and obstacles, your children (ages 3 and …

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Shamma Clinic Launches a Community Initiative to Increase Healthcare Awareness in Dubai

Dubai’s answer to world-class healthcare for all Families, SHAMMA Clinic, has launched a community-driven initiative to raise awareness of key healthcare topics for the citizens and residents of Dubai. Centering seven specialist departments, SHAMMA Clinic has already established itself as a hub for medical expertise and knowledge sharing in the UAE, providing care and specialist …

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Hand in Hand Parenting Comes to the Middle East for the First Time Ever

One of the strongest universal truths is that parenting is tough, and with life’s ever-increasing pace it is only getting tougher. For over 20 years, Hand in Hand Parenting (handinhandparenting.org) has recognized this and dedicated itself to giving parents the practical tools and support they need to deliver love and guidance to their children to create warm relationships that will last a lifetime. Tanshi2a (tanshi2a.com), a community based Emirati social enterprise, is proud to now partner with Hand in Hand to bring its Parenting by Connection seminar and workshop to the UAE in January 2018.

Adapting to Your Parents

To stay connected at this transition it's time for the father to bridge adolescent differences with interest and relate on terms that matter to his teenage son. This doesn't mean he has to buy a skateboard too. However, it does mean taking an active interest in his son's new interest, being curious to learn about it by being open to be taught. Now their traditional roles are reversed, as he becomes the student and his son the teacher, the young man feeling respected in this new instructional role.

Saving the Children of Divorce

"We're half a family now; I'm unable to think, unable to feel, unable to grasp what had happened to our lives. Unable to speak about how I hate that I can't have both my parents with me at home, maybe it's all my fault" says Dalia Maher, a daughter of divorced parents. This is what most children of divorced parents would say and feel. This is exactly why parents should protect their children during divorce and pay extra care to their feelings. Psychologist Laura Markham advice parents with 5 tactics to protect the children of a divorce.