Author: Guest Post

4 Things to teach your tween before she turns into a teen

March 9, 2020

Girls grow up really fast, faster than we like. From dolls, legos to spending time with friends and taking extra classes for the overburdening academic pressure, tiny giggles will turn into hormonal tantrums and burgeoning insecurities. So, before they grow out of your lap and walk the tightrope towards teenhood, parents have an important role […]

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Six ways to get your children hooked on books

March 2, 2020

Six ways to get your children hooked on books 1 Share the pleasure of reading. Read books aloud to each other or download audiobooks and listen to them together. 2 Encourage reading for pleasure in any form – it doesn’t matter what they read, as long as they enjoy it. 3 Take them to the […]

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8 tips to help your firstborn adjust to a new sibling

February 24, 2020

You cannot expect your firstborn to naturally adjust to his or her new sibling, especially if they are young themselves. You need to prepare your child for the sibling, right from the time of pregnancy. Once the baby arrives, here are some ways in which parents can help their firstborn bond with the sibling. 1. Teach […]

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How to respond when your kid says, “I hate you”

February 22, 2020

No doubt that it can be hurting and soul-crushing when your child utters ‘I hate you” for you, no matter how young or old he is. But you need to stay calm as your response can make all the differences. As a parent, we work extremely hard to give your child the best life possible […]

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Make time for your children before they transition to adulthood

February 19, 2020

When a couple steps into the world of parenthood, their priorities change and the entire schedule starts revolving around the kids. We all crave those close moments with our children that make our hearts melt. But in this fast-moving world, at times we take relationships for granted and this can be dangerous for toddlers and […]

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How to cope with exam stress

February 7, 2020

Exams can be a challenging part of a student’s life. A little stress is good, as it can serve as a motivational push to work harder for achieving our goals. However, exam stress can give rise to anxiety which may interfere with our performance. It can create self-doubt amongst many and hamper one’s social, emotional […]

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Nutrition and fitness tips to stimulate your child’s development

February 1, 2020

Children who are taught healthy eating habits and partake in physical activity enjoy good health and development. But children can be moody, with toddlers throwing vegetables on the floor or getting glued to the TV. However frustrating it may be, parents must find ways to persuade children that vegetables are healthy for them, and too […]

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5 ways to treat your children apart from food

January 25, 2020

Who doesn’t enjoy treats? From our kids to us, all of us like getting little treats every now and then. But not everyone likes sweets and junk foods, which is also not good for health. Talking about this, it’s a good idea to tell your kids that a treat doesn’t always have to be something […]

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Hear your child before rushing in to fix the problem

January 21, 2020

Recently, my nine-year-old son was upset as he had dropped paint all over an artwork that he had been working on in his art class for three weeks. My heart broke as I knew how much effort he had put into it. Immediately, I told him it doesn’t matter. These things happen all the time. […]

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3 ways to reduce obesity in your kids

January 17, 2020

As per a study conducted in 2018 by the Childhood Obesity, 8.82 percent of children in India are obese. It’s a matter of concern because in the past two decades, obesity has led to a dramatic increase in the incidence of Type-2 diabetes among children. According to a study published in the International Journal of […]

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