This website is not to give you boring advices on motherhood and how to raise your child.

We are here to break the stereotype way of bringing up your little ones and to break all the old school rules of Parenting.

The moment a child is born, a mother is also born. It is the most powerful creation to have a life growing inside you.

Culturally , Stereotyped Motherhood effects the society. The stereotype of motherhood puts on a lot of responsibility on mothers’ back. Cultures demand that mothers be the primary responsibility of the development of the children, but this takes away from the need of the father figure in the family. In many things in life there is no certain way or correct way to do something, culturally stereotyped motherhood directs one correct way of motherhood that negatively impacts those who do not fit those stereotypes.

Here we will help you to move away from “old school” parenting toward “gentle guidance” and “positive discipline”

Gentle Parenting is about guiding instead of controlling, connecting instead of punishing, encouraging instead of demanding. It’s about listening, understanding, responding, and communicating. Here you will find parenting tips, articles, and research to help parents, teachers, and caregivers develop a kinder, more peaceful, and instinctive approach to growing our most precious natural resource…our children!

I can also tell you (and you may be relieved to hear this) that none of the Rules requires you to brush your child’s hair religiously, or make sure they have clean socks every day. I’m sure that’s all very nice, but I’ve also seen parents raise their kids brilliantly with messy hair and no socks at all.

These Rules are about the important stuff. Things to do with your child’s attitudes and values and self-image, not to do with their socks. They are Rules which will help you and your child to enjoy each other, enjoy life, and treat other people with respect. They are broad principles which apply equally in traditional nuclear families and in more modern formats such as single-parent or step-families.We would like to ask you a few questions before you explore our website:

Do you wish you could help your child WANT to behave, rather than scaring him into compliance or breaking his will?

Would you like to connect more with your child to build a close, affectionate relationship instead of struggling for control?

Do you want to raise kids who grow up into happy, considerate, responsible, competent adults?

Do you want to know how to raise a 21st century kid using eternal values?

Do you want to feel more inspired and confident as a parent?

If yes, you’ve come to the right place.

P.S. dont forget to share my article . Lets make motherhood ROCKING!!

Follow me on Social Media to stay connected:

One comment

  1. Thanks for sharing your spectacular and amazing
    tips. I will not be hesitant to share your site to everybody who should receive suggestions like these.

Leave a Reply