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  • India’s most comprehensive parenting portal, with excerpts from ParentEdge – India’s leading parenting magazine

My experience as Student Editor at ParentEdge

This is a contribution from Visruthi R., who was the Student Editor for Issue 7 (Jul-Aug 2012) of ParentEdge. With no exposure to the professional world whatsoever, I signed up for the Parent Edge...

Get a life, parents!

As parents we are always scrambling to find ways to keep our children occupied- are there week-end classes, what are the latest books for my kids to read and, if you are a teen’s parent,  is there...

Be Safe, Stay Well

Vinitha Ramchandani There are two things that change in perspective when you become a parent: love and fear. When you get to be a parent you finally know the meaning of unconditional love (and you...

To push or not to push.

Parenting is all about pushing; it begins with labour, and after that, there’s really no getting away from it. Initially, it’s all about the little things – push in one more...

The road not taken

This post has been contributed by Anish Anandaram, a Class 10 student from Bangalore. Imagine this situation. You’re seventeen years old and you’re going to graduate from High School, en...

That boy in yellow nail-polish

This blog post has been reposted, with permission, from Lalita Iyer’s blog http://mommygolightly.wordpress.com/. A few months ago, I took Re for his first real haircut. His locks had grown beyond...

On being an empty nester

‘Empty-nest syndrome’ is the name given to a psychological condition that can affect parents, mostly women, around the time that their children leave home to go to college or get married....

Sandy Hook and the Delhi rape case – what kind of world are we leaving for our children?

The end of the year is usually a time of partying and enjoyment, when people eagerly anticipate the New Year with nary a care.  Unfortunately, two horrific incidents during the latter part of...