Effects of Parental Pressure on Children’s Mental Health
Unrealistic expectations and parental pressure do more harm than good for your child.
Developing Self-Awareness As a Parent: Why It’s Essential
The more self-aware you are, the better your parent-child relationship will be.
To Be or Not to Be Perfect: Is Your Child A Perfectionist?
If practice makes a man perfect, perfectionism can definitely make him lose his sanity. Being perfect seems ideal but being flawless takes years. Your little child might be seeking perfection in everything s/he does, but does it leave her/him frustrated? A perfectionist or a perfection-seeking child gets frustrated easily, develops low self-esteem keeps comparing her/himself with peers, fears failure and gets anxious easily about performing a new task, finds making friends difficult, and feels beat up when they lose. Perfectionists crave success, and while a healthy amount of wanting to be perfect can help a child to stay motivated, learn […]
How To Discipline Your Kids When Routines Go Haywire?
Our daily routines are all upturned due to the lockdown, with everyone staying at home all the time, here’s how you can discipline your kids to follow a good routine.
Parenting 101: Who Is A ‘Yes’ Parent? Are You Guilty Of Being One?
How often do you say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to your kid? Is it healthy? Find out!
Don’t Let The ‘Screen’ Parent Your Baby
Learn how you can reduce your kid’s screen time and make them proactive.
Is There Something Called Too Much Love?
This question lies in a grey area, and we’ll help you uncover the answer and find a balance.
3 Ways How Parents Can Imbibe Mindfulness In Teenagers
These three tips will help parents imbibe mindfulness in their teenage kids.
Are You Listening To Your Kid?
Kids have a very unique way to convey their feelings, and it goes beyond words. Question is – are you listening?
Tips For Travelling With A Little Human
Travelling with kids is a lot of fun, but it can be hectic too. These tips will surely come in handy
How To Manage A Difficult Child
Once the drama begins, we always start by questioning ourselves as a parent. And then feel guilty about not spending or spending too much time with our kid/s or under or overindulging them, and so on.