Jaseena Backer is a Psychologist. The world knows her as a Parenting Strategist and Gender Connoisseur . She raises her voice using her words
As a psychologist, I came across this woman who took a step away from her toxic mother, but then began feeling guilty & unsure!
The world refuses to believe mothers can be toxic, what they forget is that mothers too are human beings, and can be extremely flawed at times, like narcissistic mothers.
I was the only woman along with 27 men at a 2-day life skills workshop, and was completely ignored all day including by faculty, until I did something unusual and in-your-face.
Here is how to foster creative thinking in your child and give imagination a free rein.
An article about India and its obsession for fair skin.
Teaching children good manners happens both inside and outside the house. Parents themselves have to practice what they teach.
Helping women to be more productive at the workplace is not rocket science. The first step is to create an atmosphere of shared work at home.
Kids can be brutally honest, while speaking their minds. A mother recounts, how to let kids be honest, yet not be rude to someone.
In this post, the writer talks about 5 stages, parents go through on discovery of their child's substance abuse and finally ways to recover from it.
Though it is often the mothers who share the limelight when we think of parenting, as this writer makes her case, fathers are far not behind.
Teaching children to share begins at home – not with lectures, but by example and by using teachable moments. I asked her, “You finished all of it?” This could be coming from a mother who was excited that her picky eater had finished the entire fruit all by herself. Pediatricians say that the biggest anxiety […]
Predators who prey on children are rarely 'obvious' criminals. How do we keep children safe while encouraging them to explore the world?
The checklist of things to ensure women's safety in public places grows ever longer. How can this be compatible with Freedom?
When clothes shopping with your child, do you expect her to buy a larger size to accommodate a future growth spurt? A lesson in living in the present.
A chance journey in the 'Venus' compartment ('for ladies only') makes for an unusual experiences and leaves this author with some lessons too.
Parliament refuses to criminalise marital rape in India. How long will we focus on saving 'culture' at the cost of women?
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