Tag: parenting

  • Relaxed Parenthood: One Blows Hot, One Blows Cold!
    Relaxed Parenthood: One Blows Hot, One Blows Cold!
    A mother writes about using positive disciplining techniques and how a difference in approaches between herself and her husband work to create a healthy balance for their child.   By Ashima Kapur   Parenting wasn’t such a challenge in the past as it was part of the family system. But things are vastly different for […]
  • The Hidden Cause of Mom’s Annoyance 子育て中のママのパパへのイライラが止まらないのはなぜ?
    The Hidden Cause of Mom’s Annoyance 子育て中のママのパパへのイライラが止まらないのはなぜ?
    Find yourself frequently annoyed at your partner after becoming new parents? Maybe it’s because your partner is too busy or because you have no helpers. But there’s also a physiological cause. Midwife Yukiyo shares tips on how moms and dads can deal with it. By Yukiyo Tomie / Translated by Hanae Matsumura [日本語記事へ]   As a midwife, I’ve […]
  • 7 Ways To Sneak Self-Care into Your Schedule
    7 Ways To Sneak Self-Care into Your Schedule
    Looking after one’s own self and prioritizing yourself has nothing to do with being selfish. Looking and feeling good actually benefits you in the long run while you take care of others. Here are seven ways to look after yourself in a world that is getting more chaotic by the hour. By Ankita Sodhia   […]
  • Back Pain and Keeping Your Spine Healthy
    Back Pain and Keeping Your Spine Healthy
    Emma Lawrence, a British chartered physiotherapist, presents few tips to keep our spine healthy through parenting years.  By Emma Lawrence   On a daily basis, millions of people worldwide are suffering from the physical, emotional, and often financial burden of back pain. It typically presents as a one-off or episodic back pain, with or without […]
  • When Feeling Moody Isn’t Just a Bad Mood
    When Feeling Moody Isn’t Just a Bad Mood
    We all go through moody moments, but sometimes these emotions start to become more regular and can be a sign of a more serious issue. Here is how one mother has helped herself and is now teaching her daughter about feelings. By Cara Mayega. As she stomped across the room, my five-year-old screamed, “I’m never […]
  • Learning In Infancy
    Learning In Infancy
    Children are the product of their experiences in the early years of age. Learning is just like creating a jigsaw puzzle, where each piece is vital to the whole. The more they can discover and receive nurturing experiences at home, the more prepared they will be to enter childcare or pre-school and relate to the […]