Lockdown or not, parenting comes with its own share of highs and lows. Find out what mothers, pediatricians, skilled parenting workshop facilitators, occupational therapists and consulting psychologists and psychotherapists have to share to help you cope as a parent.
During the lockdown/ quarantine period, here is a list of top 10 animated films that life coaches, clinical psychologists, medical practitioners, and mothers recommend that you should watch with your children. Plan your days wisely, and watch one good movie a day. Trust us, there's a lesson
Anusmita Dutta finds out how Daycares in India is proving to be a boon for stay-at-home & working parents. Daycares are more than just an extension of childcare, if chosen correctly, they can provide love, warmth and comfort and more importantly, a helping hand to parents.
Poyani Mehta decodes the act of bullying among school children and how parents, siblings, teachers, counsellors and caregivers can step in to prevent and correct the same. Remember, in the act of bullying, both the bully and the victim need help.
Seema Manchanda shares some wonderful memories of growing up with her sister where learning was not confined to the four walls of a classroom. She introduces us to a rare common man...her Papa.
Mommies & daddies here's a fantastic book on teaching our children about the birds and bees in an appropriate manner. Our reader, Poyani Mehta shares an independent review of the book 'HOW I GOT MY BELLY BUTTON - An Enchanting Story on Puberty, Sex n Growing Up!' by Anju
If charity begins at home, so do the habits of sustainable living as practised by Seema Manchanda, a mother of two beautiful girls. Seema shares some valuable tips and insights into parenting through a sustainable way.
With tonnes of extra curriculum classes & after school programs mushrooming in the city, a father asks pertinent questions whether we as parents are over stimulating our children. Are we over engaging our kids with too many organised activities through 'second schools'? Read on...
Having trust and faith cannot be learnt in a classroom. It was through an introspection that Milind Pradhanani realised how his 8-year-old son taught him the most valuable lesson in life...how to have full 'trust in faith'.
Breastfeeding is one of the most natural processes of a human body, we don't need to be shamed for it. Here's how Neha Chopra & Deepak Verma, the Co-Founders of Out of Focus are doing their bit to create awareness in the Public Breastfeeding Awareness Project.