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Talking About Consent with Young Boys

May 17, 2020 7:30:38 am

There are no greys in affirmative consent -- it is black and white.

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No friends, no football: Lockdown diary of a 12-year-old

May 13, 2020 2:04:24 pm

'I instantly knew it would be nearly impossible for me not to play with my friends in the apartment complex and remain sane.'

sex education, parenting tips

Pointers for sex education: Have an interactive chat with your children

May 9, 2020 7:02:36 pm

In the wake of the locker rooms fiasco, we need to reform how we talk to our kids about sex.

parenting tips

Imagine: Are our children safe at home?

May 2, 2020 12:09:17 pm

The memories of the pandemic will stay in our children's memory banks forever. The question to all the parents is, 'What deposits are we making?'

story, parenting

Why kids are the best storytellers

May 1, 2020 5:49:24 pm

Even when the little ones play with their toys, they often come up with some creative stories.

coronavirus, parenting tips

Let’s imagine a brave new world: What is your Zihuatanejo?

April 18, 2020 6:05:25 am

Keeping the overwhelming tragedy aside, maybe COVID might help us to dream of a brave new world – our very own Zihuatanejo where we can let go of the memory of our stale old world which had literally started rotting and stinking.

parenting, coronavirus

Corona panic: Courage is not a trait or a quality; it is a practice 

April 4, 2020 10:02:00 am

Imagine: It reminded me of A Letter to the UK from Italy by the writer Francesca Melnadri, “Old resentments and falling-outs will seem irrelevant. You will call people you had sworn never to talk to ever again, so as to ask them: ‘How are you doing?’"

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What Covid-19 is telling us about the future of schooling

April 2, 2020 4:14:30 pm

If anything, this forced cohabitation during Covid-19 will only make parents appreciate the role played by schools and teachers.

coronavirus, parenting

Parenthesis: Parenting in the time of corona

March 27, 2020 1:47:52 pm

Unfortunately, this is the 'new normal'. We don't have a choice but to accept our situation and do the best we can.

(The writer has a PhD in Positive Psychology and is a lecturer in psychology. She is also the author of the book Keep Calm and Mommy On. Listen to Season 1 and 2 of Tanu Shree Singh’s podcast Difficult Conversations With Your Kids.)

Coronavirus quarantine: ‘We are all anxious and children excel at sniffing it out’

March 24, 2020 2:25:52 pm

Difficult Conversations: This is the time when we take a stock of what matters and what doesn’t. And it also presents an opportunity to us to set an example for our kids.

coronavirus parenting, parenting tips

Love in the time of Corona: Let’s appreciate tiny things to be grateful for

March 21, 2020 6:04:05 am

Imagine: The families that I have met have talked about how they are doing things they had forgotten brought them so much joy – goofing around with their children without any agenda, spending time in nature.

coronavirus, parenting tips

Being Baba: How to deal with the coronavirus scare when you have a baby

March 18, 2020 5:38:55 pm

How do you practice social distancing in a country of over a billion people and how do you keep your babies safe?

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Parenthesis: Does your child think you’re perfect?

March 13, 2020 11:37:37 am

Perfection as a concept does not exist. The problem with perfection is that it is inherently linked to a fear of failure.

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Learner autonomy and other ways to empower the next generation

March 11, 2020 6:30:29 pm

Skills that were considered valuable 10 years ago are fast becoming obsolete or have substantially transformed.

makeup, parenting tips, gender and kids

Why we are failing our daughters, and sons

March 10, 2020 7:54:40 pm

Difficult Conversations: It is never a harmless makeup session. It is a stereotype we are endorsing. Rather than buying makeup, talk to your child about how cosmetics should be a choice and not a compulsion. 

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‘How I battled endometriosis to have a baby’

March 9, 2020 11:10:08 am

When a person is suffering with endometriosis it’s important for woman to find/and or build support groups. There are definitely many women who are silently suffering from the same condition from the stigma attached with this condition.

parenting tips, shy child, kids introvert

Imagine: The tyranny of being social and outgoing

March 7, 2020 6:05:05 am

Preference for solitude and quiet is a way of being and not an illness. Many times, through repeated messages that we give an introverted child, he might become shy as he starts thinking something is wrong with him and therefore fears social rejection.

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Could a video game promote children’s understanding of war and aggression?

March 5, 2020 11:15:59 am

The context and content of the video game does have an impact on the player’s future behavior. Research has indicated that playing violent video games does increase “aggressive cognitions, aggressive behaviors and aggressive feelings”.

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Parenthesis: Why you should cook with your child

February 28, 2020 11:46:42 am

Cooking introduces kids practical scientific concepts. It encourages them to experiment, observe and reach conclusions based on their observations.

child development, music

‘As a child, I was shamed for my dark skin,’ says Grammy-nominated Falu Shah

February 22, 2020 5:18:17 pm

When a child sings, many areas of his or her brain get stimulated with the sounds and subsequent coordination.

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