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.
'Girls and boys are not the same' is something that much of society believes. But do they have the same chances? It depends completely on us, the parents.
Is there a perfect 'formula' for parenting? What if I say that the parents, or rather, the couple, were of paramount importance, not the kids?
As a parent, do you hide your negative emotions from your kids, or do you let them show? What are the rules of parenting in such a situation?
What should we NOT do while dealing with an adopted child? Here are 13 pointers on how to talk to kids about adoption.
Most urban couples today say that they will never live with their children in their old age. But do we think of the fact that affordable elder care in India is abysmal, even almost non-existent?
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