Parents: A Great Adventure!

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Becoming a parent is a great adventure and the birth of a child is bound to change things in our lives. When we become parents, many questions and doubts arise. We’re here to share our experience, doubts and stories with you to help you blossom in this role of a parent.

Parents: A Great Adventure!

Parenthood is a beautiful feeling, yet it does come with some immense difficulties and challenges. The birth of a child is a lifechanging event but it can be daunting and intimidating. Discover our experiences here.


'When you look into your mother’s eyes, you know that is the purest love you can find on this earth.' 

- Mitch Albom


Our most popular 'parent' articles:

I’m Scared I’ll Lose My Friends After Having A Baby

When you’re the first in a group of friends to have a child, you may find that they don’t understand or are just unaware of your new situation. Fewer phone calls, no more invites, no news for days, the list goes on and on. Our priorities have changed, and the person our friends knew before isn’t quite the same person today. The fear of losing your friends after having a child isn’t unfounded.

Is Your Mom A Narcissist?

Do you remember back in the day when you were a teen and constantly fought with your parents, and in particular your mom? Whether it was because you wanted to stay out past your curfew or chose to parade around in your new miniskirt, many of us have faced constant battles with our mothers. However, for those of us dealing with a narcissistic mom, the problems don’t stop when we finish puberty, no, in fact, they stick with us throughout our lives and make it impossible for us to establish a healthy relationship with the person who brought us into the world. Now, if the scenarios below seem all too familiar, then you might just have been raised by a narcissist.

How To Stop Yelling At Your Children

Sunday, 8.30 pm, it’s quiet again at home and I take the opportunity to make myself a promise; this week I’ll hold firm and I won’t scream at my children. Except I’ve already made myself this promise several times, yet never seem to be able to stick to it… Things have to change, but how can I get my children to listen to me without raising the decibels?

How To Deal With Returning To Work After Having A Baby

Amongst all the things in life that can make us upset and feel down, going back to work after maternity leave is definitely one of them. Farewell mollycoddling, hours of cuddles, and tickles, and instead hello boss and annoying coworkers! Will the feeling of guilt get the better of us? Is your new life compatible with your previous professional one? With so many questions swirling around about the ordeal and challenge of missing your baby, we've decided to offer you some of our best advice to help you get through this tough period.

I Don’t Want To Leave My Baby... And That’s Ok!

There are many things in life I don’t like doing. Leaving my baby is one of them, and nothing annoys me more than being told to “tear myself away” from my son. I don’t like entrusting him with someone else, and it’s very hard for me to leave without him, but is it really a problem?

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"Be yourself; everyone else is already taken." 

- Oscar Wilde