Findings suggest that using devices as a way to appease agitated children may especially be problematic to those who already struggle with emotional coping skills.
MOMSTEIN SPEAKS: MANAGING EXPECTATIONS
Movies have ruined millennials. The montages of the hassled yet content mother is
embedded in our subconscious mind. And that is what we expect from life too. But
motherhood can be mind-numbingly boring, especially in the first few months when there is nothing but cycles of feed, burp, repeat. The daily drill leaves no time for anything else,
sleep included, yet we are bored to our wit’s end.
BUILDING HOPE VIA A COMMUNITY FOR THE ELDERLY
“I thought about what I, as a child or a grandchild, would want to do for my grandparents and how I could help them. With this idea, my passion, and a heart full of love, I started SMIT.”
WAX & WANE WITH NEERJA: IT’S ONLY MORNING WHEN THE SUN RISES
Special children are special because with them, what you see is what you get. They express feelings, unabashed, that tug on our hearts. For so-called “normal” people it can get awkward and discomforting to accept this raw truthfulness of emotions.
CARE WITH SAMARA: NUTRITION & CANCER
When it comes to nutrition and cancer, much research has pointed toward certain foods and nutrients that may help prevent or conversely, contribute to certain
Care with Samara: How to Cope Being a Cancer Caregiver
Finding out a loved one has cancer can be overwhelming. Cancer affects not only the person diagnosed but also all those who care about that person. You may be wondering, “What should I do now?” or “How can I help?”