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LET’S WRITE BOOKS!

LET’S WRITE BOOKS!  It is said that books are true friends, as they nourish   the souls of readers. The habit of reading books is   certainly a great gift that parents can give to ...

Fun Memorising Techniques for Children

Fun Memorising Techniques for Children Have you ever wondered what it would be like to recall any piece of information instantly? Our brains already have this ability, it’s just that we...

Parenting Tips to Inherit from Your Mother

“There’s no way to be a perfect mom, but a million ways to be a good one.”- Jill Churchill Being a mother is a role you’ll love playing because nothing gives the same joy as seeing your...

Communication – The Core of Parenting

Last weekend proved to be an eye opener in many ways. One of us from the ParentEdge magazine team attended a CoRe (Communication and Relationship) workshop anchored by Mr. Kichu Krishnan, who has...

Nurturey- Tools for Parents

Nuturey.com offers digital tools to manage the multitude of tasks that parents have – of managing  family schedules, keeping track of children’s health and growth, and preserving the...

Dealing With Tricky Questions and Sticky Situations-A Guide for Parents

You know that having conversations with your child is an essential aspect of parenting. It is especially important to talk about sensitive issues that you are yourself not comfortable with, or...

How to become an effective parent

  Have you noticed that we as parents are less patient with and more scared of our children? And have you, at any point in time, thought that our parents were able to handle us better, compared...

Why do Children Lie?

I must have been 10 years old. I was caught telling a lie. My father cornered me, gave me a tight slap and thundered, “Who taught you to tell a lie?” Afraid that I would get a few more slaps, I...

Parenting Adult Children

  This blog post has been contributed by Renuka Vaidyanathan. I was an empty nester for a brief while until my older daughter came back home to work and live with us.  While we were very happy...

Maternal Instincts

      I was not very maternal at the start. It took one cuddle with my just born baby, seconds after her birth (she wasn’t even cleaned then) to make my heart sing maternal...