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Why childhood is crucial and how this stage in life makes you who you are in the NOW!

Childhood is a precious amalgamation of memories and experiences which help us to become who we are in the Adulthood. Often as parents’ happiness knows no bounds when children complete a new milestone or show absolute obedience. Yet, when children tend to talk or behave in a manner that parents and teachers disapprove or disagree, our children are frequently treated and punished as adults.


Furthermore, unrealistic expectations and boundaries get placed around them, standards of perfectionism is imposed to our children from a society filled with so many rules about how “Children should be and should behave” Forgetting that they are only immature human beings, at the mercy of their guardians and protectors. Parents and care givers have their own agenda of who the child should be, from how they should talk, eat, dress up and react towards life.

Parents are obsessed with the idea of becoming the perfect parent and they would/might explore various concepts of parenting, yet they neglect and forget that parenting is about “accepting their children for who they truly are”. For some parents, this concept is almost impossible to accept.


No matter what age our children are at, parents need to understand the absolute and scientific truth towards “What affect the Brain Development of a Child” and not to mention the physically, mental and overall wellness of our children. It is our job as parents and care givers to educate ourselves to an approach that will allow them to flourish in their social, mental and executive skills.


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What happens when adults choose to connect and not control or impose.

By allowing more connection and understanding towards the child’s UNIQUENESS and ESSENCE, our children will become more CONFIDENT, MORE LOVING, MORE PRESENT, MORE CONTRIBUTORS to the society and their environment. As their validation and self-worth will be acknowledged and understood, this technique of CPM is crucial to be taught to Parents Caregivers, Teachers and anybody who is in direct guardianship of our children.

CPM explains in a very unique way, that by allowing MORE CONNECTION than correction, the child’s pre-frontal cortex, the part of the brain which is called “the regulator of the Human Emotions” will work positively allowing the accurate and right amount of positive chemicals in the child’s brain. The child is very likely then to develop excellent communication skills, problem solving skills, decision making, confidence, resilience and, most importantly the child would contribute voluntarily to the kind request of the adult.

Unfortunately, now in the called “Advance Generations”, we, tent to dismiss this scientific fact of the “Brain Developmental Stage” and we do it unconsciously, because in our old generational patterns of parenting, parents and care givers tent to incline more towards the “Authoritarian Linear Approach” where “the adult” is the “all-knowing” and absolute holder of truth, dismissing at times the child’s authentic needs. In some household even now the parents or guardians would dismiss the fact that every child is unique and different and that they have to developed step by step their yet immature brain. Some children will act in many unexpected ways to cope and survive with their childhood. In CPMC, we feel that children need to learn with positive connection and only with the concept of “Cause and Effect” rather than discipline and punishment, and this is why our slogan is “Connection over Correction”.


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