It's okay to push your kid up to a point, not after that. The bottomline should be your child's happiness.
A letter to young women on body diversity, body positivity and social justice
Not only teachers, but even parents need to keep a close eye on the upcoming trends in the educational front to prepare their kids for any eventuality
Children seem to suffer from coughs and colds more often, which probably explains their better immunity to it.
Breast milk’s immunity-building capabilities have become even more valuable in the times we live today
Since kids fail to express their emotions well, parents sometimes remain ignorant. Hence, identifying anxiety in kids is the primary step towards eliminating it
Working towards a just world, one that honours all kinds of minds, requires us to be and do better
Several people exploring the possibility of breast milk donation or use of donor breast milk, have questions in their minds with regards to the process of procurement and subsequent handling
Isolation due to pandemic is creating a deterioration in social skills of children and a lack of overall development of the child.
Maybe it’s time for us to become a little more creative in figuring out ways to stimulate real learning, and the only way I can think of for myself is to get more involved in her learning process using non screen time.
Are we headed towards a ‘coding class before walking’ kind of a world?
When we—as parents—are choosing toys for our child, we should overcome gender stereotypes attached to the toys
That they have got our back even when we mess up, that they’ll be there for us, no matter what
It’s not a competition. Every mom’s journey is different, and the more we’re supportive of this, the stronger our tribe shall be
Gender stereotyping automatically encourages problem behaviors such as gender discrimination, negative gender stereotyping, limiting opportunities instead of harnessing gender-fair roles.
Infertility treatments with the help of assisted reproductive technology (ART) in India have grown by leaps and bounds over the last few years.
Learning ought to be a disruptive and subversive process. Otherwise, it perpetuates proverbial bricks in the wall
Globally, October is celebrated as Down Syndrome Awareness Month. This article is a reflection of parenting a 30-month-old daughter with Down Syndrome.
Disadvantaged early environments along with inadequate policies and programmes can sap a nation, leading to high social and economic costs for the country later on. The reverse is also true.
For starters, start to see yourself as a person apart from just a mother—it is one part of who you are, not the whole of you.
Likes, shares, comments keep them engaged like zombies while their minds are speedily being colonised and harvested, by prompt ads and Instagram influencers promoting lavish lifestyles and looks
Within the realm of her imagination, she confidently explained that dolphins are the smartest sea creatures, how she wants to be friends with them and most importantly that her goal was to ‘save the species’.
Since there is no respite from the coronavirus in sight, it is time for parents to prepare their children for the new world.
Awareness should be created among teachers, parents, community members, volunteers about how to identify and assess the mental health of children.
They are washable and reusable which in turn saves the effort and cost of stocking up diapers making them a very economical diapering option.