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Do you believe in 'lazy parenting'? Here's how it can be good for kids

Lazy parenting is defined as an intentional passive parenting approach whereby you give your kids the time and space to play independently, with the risk of injury instead of hovering over them.

Panda Parenting: A gentle approach to bringing up children

Panda Parenting is different from other approaches. You will make sure that children are safe, but not to the point of interfering with their development.

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Sharenting: Oversharing your child's pictures online isn't just risky but unhealthy too

Sharenting: The overuse of social media by parents or what is termed sharenting has left experts wondering if this risks a child's privacy with parents sharing too much information online. And it can also impact your child's personality.

Contemporary parenting is 'damaging' and we're failing our kids, says this author

John Marsden, author of Tomorrow, When the World Began, however, feels the overanxious, overprotective 'epidemic' in contemporary parents is actually damaging.

Why peaceful parenting is better than traditional parenting

Peaceful parenting doesn't encourage aggression and violence. Not only is parenting without punishment an option, but it is essential to supporting the child to make choices from a place of integrity rather than fear of disapproval or desire for reward.

Mindful parenting: How modern parents can connect with the concept of spirituality

It is important to realise that EQ is now more important than IQ. Conventional education is not enough to raise resilient kids and parents need to step in to improve the standards of education and life all together.

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Is the online food ordering trend influencing the way parents cook?

Access to the Internet, travel and the rise of online food ordering have inspired Indian parents to add value to what they cook for the family. And they are constantly in search of a new, healthy menu for their children.

How so many Indian moms wear the chef hat as well at home

Today's kids are is blessed to have moms who are open to experimenting and creating new kinds of baked foods. Some popular dishes include homemade pastries, tarts, chocolates, even homemade ice-cream.

Parenthesis: Does your parenting style differ from your partner's?

In an ideal world, research has shown that staying as close to an authoritative approach is best. Being aware of how you are handling a particular situation will help facilitate conversation between your spouse and you.

Coding improves logical thinking, says mom of 9-year-old boy who created health app

Meet Vyom Bagrecha, who made an app at the age of nine with the help of his coding teacher. We spoke to Vyom and his mother Sandeepa to know the benefits of coding and how making the right use of technology can impact children.

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