During the pre-teen years, you could still put your weight down and have your way, but the same thing is difficult with a teenager. Since puberty is a time when they are going through a lot of physical and emotional changes.
If your mind is in conflict, and you aren’t too sure how to convince yourself in favor or against the decision then read on. TCT spoke to a few parents and has listed down some of those reasons ONLY after talking to a lot many such parents as to why having just one child is OK!
There are some mother-daughter duos we love to hear and talk about. They create a buzz wherever they go.
The journey of a mother and child relationship embarks from the day the embryo comes into existence. Even though this bond may be the strongest on earth, but here are some interesting 10 insanely simple ways which can further enhance and strengthen the association in a light and fun filled manner:
The bond between a mother and son is a special one. Whether you have one that is born from your womb or one that is born from your heart, a child is special.
A marriage undergoes several alterations once the baby enters the scene. The relationship between a couple also impacts your child When your first child is born, your world is completely turned on its head. Your marriage also undergoes several alterations. The relationship between a husband and wife also impacts your child. Schedules shift, old habits…
Parenthood is a wonderful experience – it is also a privilege of being able to create life.
Bride tortured to death for dowry, two women hang themselves over dowry, woman burnt alive for dowry. We all come across such a headline every other day in the newspaper.
Divorce and custody can become arduous battles and the innocent little children get caught in legal and emotional warfare between parents.
To my soon-to-be one-year-old daughter..
Walking down the memory lane, I distinctly recall how eagerly as a child I used to wait for the month of November.
Jaya Bhattacharji Rose, mother to a seven-year-old girl is an an international publishing consultant, and a full-time caregiver of a paralyzed mother-in-law.
“Marriages are made in heaven” – I really don’t know how much truth or value this phrase holds in today’s context.
Divorce is a heart-wrenching affair and can be stressful not just for the couple but also their kids.
Once a marriage ends spouses and children have to deal with series of emotional events, new living arrangements, property adjustments and legal hassles. Following are some crucial things to consider before divorce
Aarti K. Singh is a work-from-home mother and a research scholar (Yes! she dared to pursue a Ph.D. with a young child). They have a 9-year-old boy. She and her son and lives with her foster parents.
Oh! That age old saying of Friendship. Those clichéd thoughts about friends. Huh! Yet, don’t you think it does, smear, regardless of the time and generations we live in?
Dear Mom, They say no time or no moment is good or bad to thank your mom!
As an Indian wife and a mother, I have not had a single day where I can sit and relax. Why? Well! You know the answer. You too have been bearing the brunt, haven’t you?
As the weeks go by and the final day, that ‘big’ day comes closer, most pregnant mommies feel excited, emotional, confused, lost and overwhelmed.
The other day, while browsing through Quora, (an online platform for questions and answers), I came across a common question.
Most couples I know have changed after they became parents. As much as we look forward to motherhood and fatherhood, becoming a parent is a big change
“I have learned that there is more power in a good strong hug than in a thousand meaningful words,” said Ann Hood.
Importance of telling the truth is an essential practice. Some of these truths may not be pleasant but I just want my child to know them anyway!
I look at you growing up slowly. I observe your little steps turning into big leaps and my heart itself takes a leap of pride. Today, I saw you befriend our new neighbour’s daughter…
There is a long long way to go for something like this. I mean- to read a letter that is not for you, and instead for your future partner. But, time passes in a blink of an eye. So, I decided to write a few things for our lovely daughter.
So, dear son, it just occurred to me that time flies and in no time, you shall be 18. A few years from now, you will be debating with me over a pair of shoe or fighting for a particular ice-cream flavor.
Here is a guest post by a writer who would like to go anonymous for certain reasons. She is a single mom, raising her daughter single-handedly.
Life after marriage changes and after having a baby changes tremendously. Here are 4 amazing ways to ensure good and a super healthy spouse relationship!
Here are 7 motivational thoughts a sister should share with her brother on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.