Unhappy mothers cannot raise a happy child

The divorce rates in our Country is increasing at an alarming rate. If you go through any facebook group exclusively for women, you can find huge amount of anonymous post by women, who share their troubles. If we were to tell the same to our parents generation, they would say that we lack patience. If […]

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How to keep your toddler happy?

H Being a mother is an achievement and keeping your child happy, is another achievement. Toddlers can be the most unreasonable some times. You really have no idea, when their mood goes bonkers. They can demand the most ridiculous things at the most absurd times. What is the worst is, many a times, children tend […]

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Why Counselling won’t cause you any harm?

Today, while I was casually scrolling through Twitter, I came across this wonderful tweet by our Prime Minister. Well said, and I totally agree with his tweet. In this fast paced world, how much time, do we spare for ourselves literally ? The Gen X and Millenials, may think, that shopping or going to Salon […]

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Molestation – a harsh reality

This is a piece of fiction, a journey of a victim of molestation Age 15 :- I was in Class X. There was this boy in my building, let us call him X. A few days before he had proposed me and I had rejected. During those days being in a relationship was a taboo […]

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How to prepare your children to handle criticism

While, everyone thinks being a blogger is cool, it is just about writing some random stuff, on an easily accessible mode called as the Internet. The reality is far from here. If you are a participant in any activity, then criticism will always accompany you. No matter, what you do, good or bad, the world […]

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Is someone stealing your child from you?

Saving Children from the Web – role of parents in reducing cyber crime. A 9 year old these days without a Mobile Phone or a Face book Account is termed as “uncool” by his friends. In the pressure to be a part of the peer group, a kid who generally doesn’t know how to separate […]

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Unknown facts about Republic Day

This year we would be celebrating our 70th Republic Day, as a State, as a Nation. Here are a few facts about Republic Day that every Indian ought to know: Every since our school days, we have been told that on the Republic Day, we adopted our Indian Constitution, but that is not true. Our […]

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Pre-Primary Education – India gone Bonkers

In India, Pre- Primary education starts as early as 2 and half years. At this age, parents enroll their children in a play group. Earlier, when we were kids, I barely remember a time, when I was alone or without any friends, but today in Urban cities life is tough. There are a few things, […]

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Religion and Me – Sabrimala issue

Recently, every news media, has been covering the Sabrimala temple. Reason, because women of menstruating age were permitted to enter to temple and two women, of menstruating age, attempted to enter the temple. Being a Kerelite, and a God fearing person, I have visited several Ayyapa Shrines, across the country. None of the places I […]

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Paternity Leave, a new concept for India

It was only recently, that the law for 26 weeks Maternity Leave, came into existence. Paternity Leave is a concept, that is unheard of in our country. In Many countries abroad, both the parents, can take benefits of fully paid and/or half paid parental leave post the birth of their child. There are a few […]

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A not so major accident

One of the recent movies that I saw was the Accidental Prime Minister. The movie is adapted from the book of same title The Accidental Prime Minister by Mr. Sanjay Baru, who was the former Media Advisor to the Prime Minister. The said movie is based around the time Dr. Manmohan Singh was spent as […]

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First professional conversation

First impression is your last impression. This quote has been in existence since ages and it does hold true even today. The way you present your self during your first meeting, has a life long impression on the opposite person forever, especially if it is a professional meeting. Today, networking plays a very important role […]

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Those 5 days in the Hospital

*** I am not a medical professional. Just sharing my experience with all of you, that I had post the delivery of my elder son about 4 years ago. In India, it is the society’s responsibility, when a woman delivers a child. It is considered more as a social affair than a personal affair. That […]

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