Nurture Reading Habits

This blog post has been originally written for ParentEdge, a leading Parenting magazine in India. It has been re-produced on the Author’s blog with permission. The habit of reading is a nurtured one. Not an inherited one. Many schools of thought and a highly debated subject but everybody will cohesively agree on the fact that reading […]

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Travelling with little children – a fresh perspective

This blog post has been originally written for ParentEdge, a leading Parenting magazine in India. It has been re-produced on the Author’s blog with permission. Google “Travel with Children” and all that will pop up is an information overload about what precautions you can take while traveling with children, or children-friendly places, or immunizations. So much […]

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What can we do to develop self-confidence in children?

This blog post has been originally written for ParentEdge, a leading Parenting magazine in India. It has been reproduced on the Author’s blog with permission.  I was sitting by the poolside, children of all age-groups splashing around in the summer sun and warm water, guided by their respective coaches. Something one of the coaches spoke aloud […]

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Social Consequences of today’s parenting practices

This blog post has been originally written for ParentEdge, a leading Parenting magazine in India. It has been re-produced on the Author’s blog with permission.  As our children grow, we look around and observe society undergoing irreversible changes. Every time we experience something positive or negative as a community, we are bound to brood upon societal and external influences, […]

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Is the mess really a MESS?

The reason I decided to reflect upon this is because the word “mess” is used more often than “water” in a home with children. It is a challenge every parent faces, every day. Hence it becomes imperative to understand why, why is it that they create a “mess”? Children from the very beginning are in […]

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