Do You Know This Way to Make Parenting More Joyful?

Do you know this one way to make parenting more joyful?

No one goes into parenting expecting an easy ride.

We all know there will be differences of opinion. We all know we will need to make BIG decisions and set limits and they’ll be BIG feelings about those decision and limits.

But, truthfully, did you ever expect it to be THIS HARD?

Did you ever expect to have to nag your kids so much?

Did you ever expect their pushback?

The anger and upset you’d face?

And did you ever expect it all to be so exhausting?

How Can You Make Things Easier?

Long before this year, parenting was under supported. We knew that showing up as the parent you want to be would be way easier if you had the support, the sleep, and the time you needed.

But if you are like 99.9% of parents you don’t have enough.

And THEN 2020 brought a pandemic!

And things got even harder.

That’s why we’re launching our new 5 Days of Play challenge.

If everyday life is like a wet blanket on your sparkle, stopping you from being a playful, fun parent, then this challenge is for you.

Over five days:

  • We’ll show you how to stop parenting from a stressful place – even when life is incredibly stressful.
  • We’ll show you how to gain your kids’ confidence and increase co-operation using tried and tested playful parenting tools.
  • We’ll show you how to turn frowns upside down, and be the light, easy-going parent you want to be.

Stop feeling powerless when your children show up with challenging behavior.

Kids’ brains are wired to pick up on our feelings, and when they sense stress it translates to them as insecurity and possible danger. Kids show us they feel all this with their behavior —Their challenging behavior.

When you lead with lightness, you also bring a secure, loving framework to your family.

That’s the true power of play.

‘Rhea is an active member of the drug syndicate’

The Narcotics Control Bureau filed an affidavits in the High Court on Monday, opposing the bail application of Rhea Chakraborty and her brother Showik. The NCB affidavits, submitted by NCB Zonal Director Sameer Wankhede, stated that there was enough evidence to show that Rhea financed trafficking of drugs, “Electronic evidence such as WhatsApp chats, records were retrieved from mobile, laptop and hard-disk and it indicated payment made for the drugs. Thus, there is ample evidence to show present applicant (Rhea Chakraborty) has not only regularly dealt with but also financed illicit trafficking of drugs.”

SC clears man held for rape after 4-yr live-in

No woman, after being sexually assaulted at knife-point, would write amorous love letters to the accused and share a live-in relationship for four years, the Supreme Court said on Monday while acquitting a man of 20-year-old charges of rape and cheating, for which he was convicted by the trial court and the Jharkhand High Court.​

DRDO man honeytrapped, held hostage for a day

A 35-year-old scientist who, police said, is associated with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) was honeytrapped and held hostage for almost an entire day at an OYO hotel by a gang of five that demanded a ransom of Rs 10 lakh.

IPL: Pooran credits Rhodes for making him a better fielder

The gravity-defying save Nicholas Pooran pulled off on Sunday night stunned the cricketing world, but the Kings XI Punjab player was nonchalantly casual about his effort that prompted his fielding coach Jonty Rhodes to give him a standing ovation and the cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar to call it the “best save he has ever seen”.

I can speak to any player, be it Iyer or Kohli: Ganguly

His nearly “500 international match experience” gives him the right to speak and guide any player “be it Shreyas Iyer or Kohli”, Sourav Ganguly hit back at his detractors who made allegations of Conflict of Interest against him. Iyer had in an interview spoken about contributions from Ricky Ponting and Ganguly in helping him evolve as a successful player.

I didn’t get what I deserve but it’s okay: Amit Mishra

His India career never really took wings like it did in the IPL but veteran Delhi Capitals leg-spinner Amit Mishra says he has stopped thinking about why he didn’t get what he “should have”. Despite being one of the most highly rated leg-spinners in the country, Mishra has played just 22 Tests, 36 ODIs and 10 T20Is for India. His last Test and ODI appearance was in 2016.