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Letters to my Daughter: Be the Queen of your Kingdom. Not the Wife of your King!

Zeffirra Husein works with a private equity firm, is married to a workaholic surgeon and is a mother to a beautiful girl. Her days are crazy, juggling between work, home, her darling daughter,...

Fun with Phonics: Teach Phonics in a Fun Way

Ideal Age: 3.5 years – 6.5 years It is fascinating to see our children grow through their different phases and one such thrilling phase is when they begin to put words together into sentences....

Integrating the Creative Arts in Therapy

“I think we want our kids to grow up to be people who can think outside of the box, be creative and innovators, sort of the forward-thinkers of our future. I think a way to inspire that is...

Is Learning Directly Proportional to Laughing?

This blog post has been contributed by laughguru.com. We all remember that one Mathematics class which everyone in class looked forward to because the teacher was funny, and she made crunching...

Camping With Your Children In India This Summer

This blog post has been reposted, with permission, from Bril’s Blog Summer vacation brings back memories of lazy afternoons spent stuffing ourselves with mangoes, playing in our grandparents...

Body Image in Adolescence

Ever heard 15 yr. olds lament about how ugly they feel? Or how they wish their hair had been better, or their body been leaner and taller? This is an example of a negative body image, also known as...

Teaching Gender Equality to our Sons from Childhood

I recently came across a blog post that talked about teaching gender equality to our sons from childhood. The blogger talked about dispelling some of the common stereotypes attached with gender, for...

Dealing with Anger in Children

This blog post has been contributed by Aditi Dutta. I recently heard about an instance where a neighbourhood teenage bully beat up a younger boy for something petty. Worse still, when the boy’s...

Book Review: Being Boys, for Age 10+

Though as a generation we have managed to challenge certain gender stereotypes, we have still not been able completely break free from the same. Urban parents have been a lot more encouraging of...

Fostering dependence vs. fostering love

One thing that constantly nagged me over the last couple months was a takeaway from one of the parenting workshops that I did with a dear friend and highly experienced Coach and colleague Dr. Supreet...