Created By Mathari, On Sep 20, 2017
No matter how calmly you try to referee, parenting will eventually produce bizarre behavior, and I'm not talking about the kids. Their behavior is always normalJoin
Gratitude Challenge - Let's be grateful for the little things in life!
Have you ever thought of making gratitude an everyday or frequent habit? It is believed that it takes 21 days to form a new habit. Practicing gratitude can be beneficial to us in plenty of ways and some of them being, making us more mindful of the little things in life that we can be thankful for, increased happiness and positive emotions, expressing more compassion and kindness, improves physical and mental health and more. Together let's try to start a new habit of practicing gratitude every day! If you are someone who is already practicing it, feel free to share your experiences, suggestions and tips with the community.Yesterday
Articles, tips and materials to help you through your parenting journey!
In search of the best content to support you through your parenting journey? Here we share and discuss some of the most asked questions and concerns. Feel free to share links, articles, clipbooks that have helped you at any point!
Why is it important to take care of your own mental health? Share your thoughts!
As we go on to share and speak more about mental health awareness, share with us why is it important to take care of your own mental health before looking after your child's mental well-being.
Your Parenting Stories have the Power to Inspire - Guide - Teach! Share Now!
We would love to hear from you - your parenting experiences. There's a lot to learn from experiences. A simple everyday routine can turn out to be a great learning experience. Don't you think? We would be greatly pleased if you could share your parenting experiences with us! It could be related to anything - fun, sad, happy, angry, or even a great AHA-Parenting Moment! Why it could even be something that happened to you when you were a child and what you learned from it! An interaction between you and your parents which you still fondly remember to this day and which has made an impact on you. We would be using these small snippets of stories on our platform with due credits - you can let us know if you want us to use your name or you can choose to share it anonymously. Whatever works best for you! Share your name and childs age too while posting.
Behaviour in 14 - 17 year olds
Are you a parent of a high school child who is concerned about his/her behaviour? Join our discussion to clear your doubts, share your journey, know from our experts and explore more about behaviour and how you can help them!
Behaviour in 11 - 13 year olds
Are you a parent of an adolescent child who is concerned about his/her behaviour? Join our discussion to clear your doubts, share your journey, know from our experts and explore more about behaviour and how you can help them!
Behaviour in 2 - 5 year olds
Are you a parent of a pre-schooler, who is concerned about your little one's behaviour? Join our discussion to clear your doubts, share your journey, know from our experts and explore more about behaviour and how you can help them!
#YOUR100WORDSTORY: January 2020
TOPIC: Are New Year Resolutions meant to be broken? Share with us your thoughts in 100 words and stand a chance to win exciting gift vouchers and be a part of our community of parent bloggers! SUBMIT ORIGINAL ENTRIES ONLY!!! Contest Closes on 31st January 2020.Jan 31, 2020