In the midst of a global pandemic, one can’t help wondering, is it really necessary for primary school kids to have long hours of live online school?
When a child hasn't performed well, parents tend to focus solely on the failure and yell at the child. A mother advises us to handle the failures calmly.
In a country where sons are revered and daughters looked down upon as burdens, here is a letter from a mother of two daughters rejoicing in her children!
It is easy to succumb to parental pressure. This law student who originally was pushed towards being a doctor, shares her story.
Yes, Indian parents should love their sons (like all parents love their children), but ought to let go of the constant scrutiny and mollycoddling once they are married.
Why aren't we more openly affectionate with our partner in front of our kids, when that could actually teach them more of love and less of hate?
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