Tag: Parenting

Parenting Lessons (Apr 24): Release Control

Parenting Lessons (Apr 24): Release Control

This is part of a monthly series where I share parenting lessons I learned on this journey. I’m increasingly frustrated with my girl who is turning seven in a few months. Is it the primary school environment and its bombardment of influences? “Why do I 

7 parenting books for better parenting

7 parenting books for better parenting

Books are great sources of knowledge. They give us a chance to learn from different people and glean from their knowledge and mistakes. We read to improve our work performance, generate finances, and increase wisdom. However, many parents I know don’t read up on parenting. 

Life of a SAHM, worth it?

Life of a SAHM, worth it?

I probed for the reason behind her question and she shared about her dilemma of sending her baby to infant care/playgroup and being a stay at home mother (“SAHM”). I’m glad we have the freedom to choose to be a SAHM, working mum, or…

Into the World of Respectful Parenting (Intro)

Into the World of Respectful Parenting (Intro)

Background: This is part 2 of a series, for part 1, refer to “I was parenting the wrong way“. If you want to raise an emotionally healthy child but find yourself needing some wisdom, you’re not alone. I’m glad to publish a series of HY’s 

Mothers should not have to be Superwomen

Mothers should not have to be Superwomen

“No one should have to be super in order to be human.” Teo You Yenn Ms Teo was talking about parenting in her book, “This is what inequality looks like.” A really good read, please pick it up and it will adjust your biased lenses 

Blame the Mum?

Blame the Mum?

Neglectful Mothers The backlash to a Dayre post inspired this post. Before I start, Dad is also a parent too, but to share my viewpoint as a mother and in relation to the Dayre post, I will generalise parents as mothers here. Moreover the onus 

I was Parenting the Wrong Way

I was Parenting the Wrong Way

Background: If you want to raise an emotionally healthy child but find yourself needing some wisdom, you’re not alone. I’m glad to publish a series of HY’s journey of learning how to raise such a child. Hope you discover new parenting methods, points and comfort