COVID-19 has robbed Indian women of their hard-won privacy — that obscure thing society thinks they don't need
As women, we wear our confinement as our second skin. In return, what we have carved out is our own space — a necessity that the COVID-19 pandemic has taken away
Parenting woes: Whether you feel mild fatigue or are close to a burnout, here are eight tips to prevent emotional exhaustion
The chronic stress of parenting can turn into parental burnout, which can be emotionally exhausting
A case for subversive children's stories: Contrasting the messaging in The Rainbow Fish with Room on the Broom
When we allow children to live out their bully-duping fantasies, to make fun of adult institutions, encourage imagination over reality, disruption over self-righteousness we enable them to figure out how they can improve the status quo.
Budget 2020: From safety issues to tax incentives for entrepreneurship, women expect friendly financial sops from Nirmala Sitharaman
With a woman Finance Minister at the helm of Union Budget 2020, expectations for women-friendly schemes are quite high
Firstpost launches season 4 of 9 Months, parenting series to focus on kids from toddlers to pre-teens
The launch of 9 Months witnessed a Blogger's meet in Mumbai comprising a panel discussion between actors Malini Kapoor, Suchitra Pillai and chef Rakhee Vaswani among others that provided a take on parenting through their hands on experiences.
With cases of child abuse and sexual assaults on the rise, 9 Months presents a detailed episode on how parents can teach their children to be strong and understand good touch from bad touch. Parents can also learn about the rights and laws for child safety in India including POCSO. Under discussion are also sex education, signs and symptoms of child abuse, ways to ensure safety of children indoors and outdoors and much more.
With the cases of child abuse & sexual assaults on the rise, 9 Months presents a detailed episode on importance of CCTV cameras, pros and cons of raising a toddler in a day care v/s with grandparents, ensuring safety of their children indoors and outdoors and much more.
Infants who nurse during vaccinations may cry less and feel less pain than babies who are soothed in other ways, a research review suggests