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5 Golden Rules of Parenting that you mustn’t forget

5 Golden Rules of Parenting that you mustn’t forget From encouraging kids activity sessions to indulging in fun games and spending time together as a family, there are many things that parents can do for their child. This will make him/her feel more at ease, particularly encouraging his/her participation in online hobby classes and other […]

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8 Habits To Strengthen Parent Child Relationship

8 Habits To Strengthen Parent Child Relationship  Strengthening the parent-child bond requires work and effort. We all want to raise healthy and happy kids. As parents we give our hundred percent for the same. But let’s accept it. Parenting is tiring – both physically and mentally. And there are days when all we can do […]

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How To Communicate With Kids Without Yelling

How To Communicate With Kids Without Yelling Yelling, screaming, losing cool, raising our voice, often silences the message we want to convey.  Our kids learn how to have productive conversations by watching us. When kids don’t listen or co-operate, we often resort to yelling. When promises, pleading and threats no longer work, yelling feels like […]

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Stop Feeling That Everything You Do As A Mother Is Wrong. Try Parenting Affirmations

Stop feeling that everything you do as a mother is wrong. Try these parenting affirmations!  Let’s be honest! Parenting doesn’t come with a manual or a set of rules that help us understand what’s expected at all times. We may be giving our best everyday, yet it may not be enough. Raise your hand if […]

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Accepting Kids Just The Way They Are

Accepting Kids Just The Way They Are “The way we treat our children directly impacts what they believe about themselves.” I truly believe in this quote by Ariadne Bill. After all parenting is about raising and celebrating the child we have and not the child we thought we would have. I am a mom of […]

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Ways To Bond With Your Partner Post Kids

Value Your Bond: Ways To Bond With Your Partner Post Kids  Once we become parents it can be difficult to get back to who we were in our relationship. As mothers we are physically torn between being a source of comfort and love for our babies and we tend to ignore that we have a […]

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Understanding Parental Burnout: The Signs & Solutions

Understanding Parental Burnout: The Signs & Solutions  Parenting can be wonderful and stressful, and when parents lack the resources needed to handle the related stress, they may develop parental burnout. This is characterized by an overwhelming exhaustion related to one’s role as a parent, and a sense of parental ineffectiveness. Parental burnout is normal, but […]

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Parental Instincts : Trust Your Instincts And Gut-feeling As A Parent

For all the new moms reading this, here’s a message – trust your parental instincts and gut-feeling as a mother.  In my initial days as a new parent, I would get so overwhelmed receiving tons of advice on how I should handle my twins – ‘should I exclusively breastfeed them or should I start bottle […]

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Step Away From Parenting Stereotypes

Step Away From Parenting Stereotypes  Our parenting is often influenced by the society we live in. And our society conveniently stereotypes – anything and everything. Parenting stereotypes have been going around for ages.  As parents we aim to raise happy, healthy and independent kids, irrespective of their gender. But let’s be honest, all of us […]

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Simple Ways To Respect Your Child & Gain Respect In Return

Simple Ways To Respect Your Child & Gain Respect In Return  I would often lose my cool on kids especially when they would misbehave or act naughty. The tired mom in me would conveniently scold/scream in order to discipline them. My pitch would be high and tone, harsh. I didn’t realise its impact till one […]