I want to share with like-minded moms how to make parenting easy with simple tips. How to motivate your child and enable him to live a successful and happy life. Just following some easy techniques we can help our children achieve the impossible. Our unconditional love and thoughtful parenting can do wonders in fulfilling ours as well as our children’s dreams. We have to keep watch on their nutrition as well as overall mental and physical health. Children should never feel pressured, so we have to be extra careful about that while imposing our rules and disciplines on them. A happy parent-children bonding is the key to successful parenting.
Parenting is not at all an easy task. Sometimes it becomes overwhelming as well as demanding. As much as we want to be perfect in our parenting, mistakes become inevitable. But we can not realize it all the time. We have to be very much careful with our mistakes, as a
Raising children is really a tough job and sometimes parents get frustrated and exhausted trying to deal with the children. It results in punishing the children for their little misbehaviours and indiscipline. Generally, we can’t think about disciplining children
KNOW YOUR PARENTING STYLE: Have you ever evaluated yourself as a parent? What is your position on a parenting scale? What parenting style do you follow? Most probably, we have never given a thought on it. We, Indian moms are so much concerned about our children’s well-being.
In this age of technology, it is very difficult for the parents to keep their children refrain from being addicted to gadgets. We all know the toll it is taking on our children but we expose them to the harmful effects willingly. We don’t think about indoor activities
Who does not want her child to be an achiever? But to be an achiever one has to be a good learner first. Good learners are not born as good learners. They have become that over a period of time. Any child who possesses natural ability and skill can become a good learner if
Last night at our party Mrs. Bose was looking very upset. After the party, when I asked her what is bothering her, she vented out her frustrations about her son Rahul. Rahul is in class 5 and he is a passionate basketball player. Mrs. Bose is very much disappointed with
“So you have allowed your own dream to have a silent death! Your talent, your creativity everything will be wasted? “ – shouted a very exited Tania, my best friend. Tania has just started the second innings of her career. Her daughter Mini is now 5 years old and Tania is
How many of you have never felt disgusted with your children’s addiction to mobile phones, video games or at least television? I know there are a few only. In this age of the internet, the impact of gadgets in our children’s life is huge and scary. But it can be lessened by