Tag: wellbeing

  • Let’s Talk About Mom Guilt
    Let’s Talk About Mom Guilt

    There is no such thing as being a perfect mom when it comes to raising kids. If we are doing our best, then why do we feel guilty? One mom explores the feeling of unreasonable guilt about raising her kid. By Ankita Sodhia   I might be making a bold and controversial statement here by […]

  • Practicing Mindfulness with Your Family
    Practicing Mindfulness with Your Family

    Incorporating mindfulness moments into your family life is possible, even with children under six years of age. Yoga instructor and mom Dharak suggests some activities you might try. By Dharak Dhamarongrat   Growing up in Bangkok, I found I rarely had moments of mindfulness during my childhood because of our living environment. Our pace of […]

  • Teaching Children to Express Themselves through Art
    Teaching Children to Express Themselves through Art

    What happens when we combine being mindful with art? Artist, and mindful healing practitioner, Aarti Saikia shares the benefits of children expressing themselves through creativity while being in tune with their thoughts and feelings.  By Aarti Saikia Art connects us in a profound way. By working through open, imaginative ideas and promoting creativity and free […]

  • The Importance of Early Intervention
    The Importance of Early Intervention

      Although all children reach developmental milestones at slightly different ages, there are general trends that are common in early development that should be monitored. Here are some useful tips about when and how to seek Early Intervention services. By Dr. Plern Pratoommas What is Early Intervention? Early Intervention is a term that describes a range […]

  • Befriending Fear While Leading by Example
    Befriending Fear While Leading by Example

    Inspired by motherhood, artist and coach Anna, took fear by the hand in order to overcome her vulnerabilities. By Anna Croucher In February, I plucked up the courage to have my first solo art exhibition, 20 years after attending Kingston University, London, and specialising in Fine Art. I had never stopped painting and making in […]

  • Friendship: The Pathway to Growth
    Friendship: The Pathway to Growth

    Everyone wants to have a friend they can talk to, spend time with and vent to when things go wrong but we get our share of good and not so great friends. Angeli helps to identify the kind of friends you have around you and the kind of friend you want to be to others. […]