Jun 20th, 2010
Men are hunter-gatherers. They go out and kill bison to bring meat on the table, and fight off barbarian intruders into the territory who want to ravish their women and steal their offspring. They prowl the steppes and prairie in times of famine and forage for water and food so that the family does not starve. They do NOT change diapers.
Jun 19th, 2010
If you've ever thought that teaching meditation to kids is hard, here's help from our favorite yoga expert, Anmol Mehta, who provides some easy meditation techniques for kids and also some sample videos, which he hopes will inspire and encourage your child to dive in and reap the enormous benefits of meditation practice.
Jun 19th, 2010
Becoming a stepfather to your new children can be one of the hardest things in a new marriage. Most men want nothing to do with the children and most children don't want a stepfather either, especially if they still have their real father around. Here are 5 tips to help you step-parent your new step-children and have a loving relationship with them.
Jun 17th, 2010
The annual monsoons, which extend from June to September in India, are not just a period of hope and regeneration but also brings with it a slew of illnesses from gastroenteritis to malaria. Children are in greater danger during the rainy season of coming down with these top 10 monsoon-related maladies.
Jun 16th, 2010
Fatherhood is what you put into it. All men have the potential to be and become great fathers, but not many succeed to an acceptable plateau. Ask yourself: is there anything, that I can do to be a better father to my child or children? Here are the top 20 ways to be your family's hero.
Jun 15th, 2010
The next time your child falls ill, opt for a more natural approach to treatment instead of reaching for the prescription meds. These so-called ‘grandmother’s recipes’ are natural, safe, inexpensive and effective and often the perfect cure for minor ailments.
Jun 12th, 2010
When it comes to involvement with their children, far too many men devalue the importance of their own roles. But fathers who are actively involved in parenting are more likely to have satisfying marriages and rewarding careers. Here are some tips for getting involved and staying involved in your kid's lives, from infancy through adolescence.
Jun 10th, 2010
Kids have meltdowns and temper tantrums because they have never learned how to manage their feelings in a new situation or event, or because tantrums have worked for them in the past. So what’s the appropriate response for a parent to have so that they can stop a meltdown and prevent it from happening in the first place?
Jun 10th, 2010
Moving is never easy, especially if you have a full-fledged family. It can actually be hardest on your children, because they will be leaving a familiar neighborhood, changing schools and saying goodbye to old friends. But doing it right and setting an appropriate positive tone can help take the sting out of moving.