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Cover of the BAMBI Magazine May 2024 issue

Fostering a culture of mental well-being within our families is not only essential for our own happiness and fulfillment, it’s also crucial for the overall harmony and resilience of our family unit. Hence this month, with the theme “Mind Matters: Nurturing Mental Health and Well-being”, we present a range of content to help you feel empowered to live your best life.

Child development
Two white tweens crouching in a field of daisies

We know that resilience is a key life skill, but we may not know how to help our children develop it. Fortunately, teachers Sara and Francesca have some great ideas on how to do just that.

Child development
A white tween girl sitting on the kitchen counter mixing pancake batter

As much as we would love them to avoid tough times, we all know our kids will face challenges in their lives. So what’s the key to facing those challenges? Dr. Larntip shares the answer.

A white toddler playing with nesting blocks

This month, Kelly reviews Melissa & Doug Nesting & Sorting Garages & Cars while Diane shares her thoughts on popular Bangkok cafe, Upon A Tale.

Child development
A father and mother interacting with their young daughter

We want our children to have empathy for others, but what exactly is empathy, and how do we teach it to our little ones? Sheena talks to mindfulness expert Lilly about kids and empathy.

A Black mother and daughter hugging

Mommy of two, Cecilia, shares her compassion and perspective with moms struggling with the unrelenting challenges that come with motherhood in this open letter.


Being a parent may be the greatest thing in the world, but it can also be incredibly tiring and stressful. Jeannie warns us of the dangers of parental burnout, and gives some tips on how to avoid it.

A white man sitting on the edge of a bed and rubbing his tired eyes

As parents we’re often tired—sometimes very tired. While this is common, it’s important to know that prolonged sleep deprivation can cause serious issues. Rachel tells us more and has some ideas on how to improve our sleep.

A mother lifting her baby up above her head

As the due date of a child approaches, we are all focused on the new arrival, but another major transition is underway: a woman is becoming a mother. Kelly introduces us to the concept of matrescence and discusses some of the challenges involved in taking on this new identity.

A white woman sitting on the sofa and hugging a pillow

Maheshika eloquently describes battles with self-blame and guilt that many of us may find familiar and tells us how she has built a more positive self-image using simple daily habits that we can all try.