“Be careful of your words and actions around your child. They will remember them years after you forget.”
GURGAONMOMS BOOK CLUB
Shibani Chand Sethi , Director , GurgaonMoms Book Club will be in conversation with the aficionado on food and food blogging- Sourish Bhattacharyya on the 14th of July to discuss “The Bloomsbury handbook of Indian Cuisine “.
The book journeys into the ancestory of food, detailing ingredients ,dishes while encapsulating cities of origination… !!!
Venue: Quill And Canvas Bookshop Art Gallery, Gurgaon- 6pm onwards
PLEASE WALK IN…THERE ARE NO CHARGES FOR THE EVENT.
19th July- Monthly book read meet at Quorum – Book of the month “Silent Patient”
28th July- Launching Geetika Goyal’s hindi book -Hitchki at Kunzum
There is no doubt about the fact that we all want the best for our children. But there is a thin line between what we want for them and what they actually need.
The whole process of parenting is so tricky. Many a times, we end up hurting our children really bad. Let them not get wound up in realizing their parents’ aspirations. Let them make and accomplish their own dreams.
Let’s dive into our first story. How an extremely bright child drifted into darkness because she was not allowed to do what she wanted.
Pet parents dream of taking their pets for a vacation. Gradually things are changing and becoming more inclusive. Here is a delightful read where Bhavna Jain went for a pets holiday along with 12 strangers and and their furry babies.
Did you know that Yoga is more than 5000 years old. It is not just a way to exercise – it is a holistic approach towards life. Not only does it make your body fit and flexible, it also cleanses and calms the mind.
Watch our #shukravaarstylemaar queens flaunting beauty in simplicity this fortnight!
What is your personal style ? Have you found it yet ? If yes, please post in our community (https://www.facebook.com/groups/gurgaonmoms) on Fridays and who knows, you may be featured next
GurgaonMoms Book Club recommends 5 self-help books that will have a positive impact in your life.
Have you read any one of these? Do share your recommendations
Validating your child’s emotions not only helps the child feel understood and valued, it also helps your child to accept their emotions and to work through them.
Here are some phrases that will help acknowledge your child’s emotions.
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Till then, take care!!
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