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Bukky Ekine-Ogunlana

Bukky Ekine-Ogunlana is a loving wife, mother of teens, teacher, lecturer and #1 amazon best-selling author. She attended the University of Lagos and attained her first degree in Estate Management, following this with a master’s degree in Management and Education from the University of Greenwich UK, simply for the sheer passion and love she has for children. As well as her skills in teaching and lecturing for many years now, Bukky has a passion for positive parenting and family values and has been involved in coaching, mentoring, tutoring and leadership training for young people for much of that time. She is co-founder of https://www.thechildrenseducationcentre.co.uk/ - TCEC (6-16), a professional tutoring centre which forms part of The TCEC Group that focuses on helping children between the ages of 6 and 16 to Catch Up and Get Ahead. This helps children with their academic learning needs, including Maths, English, Spelling, Writing, Reading, SATS, 11 Plus and GCSE's. A leading learning centre in the heart of London, United Kingdom, it helps all children between Key stages 1,2,3 & 4 create a great and secure future. For more information kindly visit the link above. Now, using the skills she has developed over the years of helping parents and children at work and in the home, Bukky is an author, with a growing range of titles and a rapidly expanding army of readers and she is hoping that her dream to help even more people will be possible by reaching out to a much wider audience with her books. Some of her titles, available on Amazon are: The Fear of the Lord: How God's Honour Guarantees Your Peace; a book in the Christian vein examining how we can live our lives as true Christians, 101 Tips For Helping Your Child's Learning and 101 Tips For Developing Your Children are both in the education field and have both previously provided Bukky with Amazon Best Sellers. Other books in her portfolio deal with coping strategies for teenagers, development of teens and young adults, financial tips for kids and healthy habits they can adopt. In her spare time, Bukky devotes much of it to her loving family and people. She lives in Essex with her husband and their 3 lovely children and enjoys reading and swimming when she gets time away from her first passion of serving children and their parents. She hopes to continue to be able to help many more others through her work and books for a long time to come. You can contact Bukky Ekine-Ogunlana at: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/397683731371863 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/theraisingchildrengroup/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/tcecpublishing LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/66717789/admin/

Books by Bukky Ekine-Ogunlana

parenting teens in a pandemic

Decode Your Teenager: Discover Secret Parenting Skills for Raising Happy Teens Without Power Struggles. Do you remember what it was like being a teenager? The awkwardness, the drama... not to mention hormonal mood swings and confusing physical changes. In many aspects, being a teenager is harder than being an adult. It is that weird, transitional period of life when you're supposed to take on a lot of grown-up responsibilities, without really being a grown-up yourself. And yet, there's only one thing more challenging than being a teenager: being a parent of one. A lot of parents claim they would happily go back to the sleepless newborn phase and toddler tantrums rather than trying to navigate the perpetual moodiness and drama of puberty. According to a 2004 Parent-Teen Relationships study, early adolescence often triggers family disruption that usually manifests through verbal conflicts and problem behaviors. This is troublesome news, considering that the same study offered strong evidence suggesting that the nature of a parent-child relationship influences the child's life outcomes and affects their development. In other words, a positive relationship between you and your child can determine whether they'll grow up to be a happy, responsible individual, or a troubled one. Establishing a positive relationship with your teen may be easier said than done, but there are certain universal truths and secrets to relaxed, successful parenting of teenagers, even if they fall on the rebellious side. This, and much more, is what you'll discover in this book that promotes positive, peaceful parenting and will help you establish a deep emotional connection with your teen. In Parenting Teens in a Pandemic, you will discover: • guides for parenting teenage boys in today's challenging world • Bulletproof strategies for managing your teenager during lockdown and helping them adjust to the changes the world is currently going through • Techniques for handling anger, both yours and your child's, to help you resolve conflicts without raised voices • An insight into your teenager's mind: discover the mental and physical changes your children are going through, and how to deal with them in a peaceful, constructive manner • How to recognize adolescent depression and anxiety, and guide your teen through one of the most challenging phases of his life • Tricks and methods for disciplining your children, without turning the house into a battlefield • Secret parenting techniques for fostering emotional and intellectual development, and establishing a positive relationship that will benefit your child immensely And much more. Even though some parts refer to parenting of a specific gender, the strategies and techniques presented inside are gender neutral. In other words, they will work regardless of whether you're raising a boy or a girl, as they target an individual as such, and not so much a particular gender. If you're ready to establish a happy, positive relationship with your teen, then scroll up and click the "Add to Cart" button right now.

mini healthy habits for happy kids

Every ?hild i? diff?r?nt, ?? ??m?tim?? ??u h?v? t? t?k? diff?r?nt approaches with each ?f ??ur kid?. Y?u can not ???nd t?? much time tr?ing t? be only their friend. Wh?n ??u d? that ??u will ?t?rt t? lose them as your children. Wh?n ??u can b?l?n?? b?ing th?ir fri?nd ?nd being th?ir ??r?nt you will h?v? th? best r?l?ti?n?hi? with th?m and th? b??t ?h?n?? ?f a normal lif?. Habits are difficult to break -- this is why the earlier you teach your child to develop good, safe habits in life, the easier it is to make these habits last for a lifetime.

developing yourself as a teenager

You will be amazed at all the things you didn’t know about being a teenager and all the opportunities that abound for you. Now this book isn’t like the regular books you’ve read on personal development; I’m going to give you a twist in the course of reading this book that will help you become more proactive with everything you will learn here.

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