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How to help a Child Cope with Death and Divorce

Hispanic girl with hostile parents

It is extremely difficult for a child to cope with the loss of a loved one or the separation of parents. If the parent must deal with their own grief, it is hard for that parent to help the child, as well. Children who are young don’t understand much about death and divorce, and this depends much on the age of the child, the child’s individual personality, and the child’s life experiences. There are many factors that come into play in all of these cases (more…)

Nurture yourself mommy

Motherhood can be demanding and you need to take care of yourself to maintain the inner glow.


Within six months of the birth of her twins, Priya, a 31 year-old mother started to feel that her kids were a burden. Her husband’s job did not give him enough time to help her out at home and Priya was getting bogged down with the constant pressure of motherhood. She lost interest in physical intimacy with her husband and felt that she was suffering from a burnout (more…)

How to Trick Out Your Baby’s Crib


One of our “things we did right” was to create a nursery and a crib that our son finds interesting and worth his time. This results in a lot of extra sleep for us, as he is often willing to play himself back to sleep in the middle of the night and play quietly for a while in the mornings. There are a lot of dos and don’ts about crib and nursery decor – mainly for safety reasons (more…)