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How do you help your kids think of homosexuality as normal, and raise the future generations to not be homophobic? A thoughtful post.
How would your crazy day coping with a toddler's tantrum look like from the point of view of your toddler? What if your toddler could tell you how she feels?
"You do not have to aspire to become the perfect woman that society expects you to be," says a mom to her young daughter on #InternationalGirlChildDay.
You always say you believe in gender equality. So why is it weird for you to stay at home and look after your daughter? Why is your job more important than mine?
Parenting would not have been as easy as it is without my friends looking out for me. It takes a village to raise kids, and I'd not have it any other way!
Her dazzling smile could brighten even the gloomiest of days. A year had passed since Nikhil had lost her. Submerged in her thoughts, he could feel knots in his stomach.
Have you read A Season For Dying by Sharmishtha Shenoy? Read the review below and see if it goes on your to-read pile!
"And why would you not want to get intimate when he wants it? What is the big deal about it? Do not forget you lead a comfortable life because of him. He does not hit you right?"
Daddy Cool is the dad whose daughter doesn't realise what gender inequality is - simply because he raised her that way. A lovely tribute on Father's Day!
The Terrible Twos can test any parent's patience, but there are ways to stay calm and handle the toddler tantrums that are an inescapable part of parenting.
"It is my womb and I decide, right? And as far as my child is concerned, I will teach my child to stand strong against the bullies of society and not get bogged down”.
A pimple brought home to me the fact that as a parent I need to teach my child to be accepting of everyone as they are, and stereotypes have no place.
Sleep when the baby sleeps. This is well meaning advice given to almost all new mothers. But is it really practical advice?
A lifetime bond of friendship had formed which they were sure would survive the test of time. It was a special friendship that had no place for any kind of inhibition and formality.
Thank you mom! If you had to thank your mother today, what would it be for? In this post, the author thanks her mom for making her a better mom!
Onaatah of the Earth by Paulami DuttaGupta peels away at the psychosocial aftermath of a rape, and reveals the human being that is inside a sexual abuse survivor.
We need to let our children be themselves and not extensions of ourselves. We need to let our children live their dream, not ours.
Birds of Prey is a faced paced and hard hitting debut book by Archana Sarat that throws light upon the underbelly of a city's nexus of child sexual abuse.
No, having a baby is NOT a solution for marital problems! Don't you think that's the way to more stress in an already damaged relationship?
How to reconnect with yourself and recapture the romance of relationships during a trip where there is no net connectivity.
Whichever side of the Valentine's Day fence you are on, we can probably agree on one thing - that it is love which makes the whole ride of life worthwhile.
We need to look at what feminism is not - so many misconceptions about it abound, and it is time people separated fact from fiction.
Raising a happy kid is not really difficult, if we are mindful about these 22 simple, and very practical tips.
Mothers are made to feel guilty if they have a thin child. They are blamed for 'not feeding the child enough'. Chubby does not equal healthy!
Being a new mom and working woman meant that I learnt to rush through the day, but my daughter soon taught me how to slow down and truly enjoy my leisure.
Dancing can be a fulfilling, creative way of exercise, and keep you healthy and fit both physically and mentally. A delightful post!
Small acts of everyday kindness go a long way in making the world a better place. Make it a habit to help others in any way you can.
One has to lead by example in order to make Swachh Bharat a reality - after all, patriotism stems from action and not mere words.
Why should husbands be 'helping' at home? Isn't it their home too? Shouldn't they be sharing responsibilities of housework equally?
A mother muses about what life might have to offer as she watches her teen daughter have fun on the sea shore, and hopes that it is a good life!
As long as my daughter understands how to handle relationships maturely and with honesty, I don't see why I need to assume that she has to marry!
To quit or not to quit? This is the dilemma many working women face, especially if they have other serious responsibilities, like a kid. So what do you do?