Parenting

April 25, 2019

Woes of a Working Mom

Every mother works. No option here! The only thing that varies is whether you work at home or in an office, whether you get paid or not. A lot of women in positions of relative power have highlighted multiple perspectives on being a working mother. “Living your choices amidst the […]
October 5, 2018

Parenting Tips for screen time management

Screen time is an inescapable reality of modern childhood, with children of every age spending hours in front of iPads, smartphones and televisions even as young and 2 years old. That’s not always a bad thing: Educational apps and TV shows are great ways for children to sharpen their developing brains […]
October 5, 2018

Setting Appropriate Limits for Today’s Children

For young parents, the idea of setting limits for their pre-schooler is often challenging. Doctors and child psychologists say that a child understands the world better when rules and discipline are reinforced by people he trusts and loves – in this case, the parents. Parents must lay out rules of […]
October 3, 2018

How To Talk to Your Child About Safe & Unsafe Touch

With an increasing rate of news related to sexual abuse and harassment cases being commonly aired on social media, voiced by family members and family friends, and showcased on headliners of today – it is nearly inevitable that your child will come across “trigger” words such as ‘rape, ‘ sexual […]