8 Tips for Managing WFH as a Mother
While working in a typical office setting is still the norm, work from home options are now also in place. This especially enables companies to retain their women employees. For new moms, this is especially beneficial as they can then continue working while also being at close proximity to their babies and children.
Redefine Couple Time as New Parents
With a new born at home the life of a couple begins to revolve around the little human. Many a times in trying to meet the endless demands of this stage, couples get very exhausted and make very little time for themselves. The tips shared in the article can help couples rekindle their relationship post the arrival of their little bundle.
Caring for your Spouse with Postpartum Depression
According to a report by WHO, around 20% new mothers suffer from depression. Research indicates that babies of mothers in depression are less vocal, less active, make fewer facial expressions, are more anxious, passive and withdrawn. Read on to know how you can identify the signs, approach the topic with your partner and support in the journey to recovery.
6 Ways to Be There For Your Support System
Support systems are what keep us motivated and going in times of difficulties. These support systems could include our friends, family, colleagues, partners, neighbors or acquaintances. If we want our relationships with friends and family to be ever so refreshing and young, we need to replenish our support systems
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
IBS is a condition that does not shorten your lifespan. It causes discomfort which can be managed with diet and lifestyle changes.
12 Questions to Screen Your Childcare Helper
Helpful questions to find out whether potential childcare helpers would be a good fit for your family or not.
How Do I Know If I'm Depressed?
We hear the word depression quite frequently these days. Sometimes we may wonder if we ourselves are suffering from depression. Read on to find out how to tell whether you might be clinically depressed or just feeling down.
Alcohol and Pregnancy don't mix!
Is alcohol completely unsafe during pregnancy?
Sharing Household Responsibilities After Baby Arrives
Now that you have a child, the number of household chores would have increased greatly. Oftentimes couples get into arguments over who will do what and whether each person is doing their fair share. Here's how you can work out this issue amicably with your spouse and keep your home running smoothly without so much conflict.
Grandparents As Caregivers
In today's busy world of dual career couples, many find it a great relief to have grandparents watch their kids instead of relying on hired help. Though it saves a lot of worry and expense, having grandparents as caregivers presents it's own challenges. It's not as easy to lay down rules or express dissatisfaction with parents/in-laws as it is with hired helpers. Here are some ways to deal with these challenges.