Today many of us straddle multiple roles as both individuals and parents and they all come with their own set of expectations and challenges. The breakdown of traditional family systems, increased competitiveness, the stress arising from work life balance, peer pressure, kids’ increased exposure to adult content, their own academic pressures…all these coupled with individual emotional issues can seem overwhelming at times. This is a community to share and seek support for all such issues that parents face as individual in their own right and as nurturers. It goes to show that you are not alone. Read on as our member parents and experts share their experiences and perspectives.


Happy parenting


Bharathi Surendranath N, a mother of two daughters, shares her views on creating a happy home.

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