emotional effects of divorce on children

How to Minimize the Emotional Effects of Divorce on Children 

When getting married to the person you love, divorce is the last thing on your mind. However, divorce is a sad reality many couples face at some point in their marriage, especially now that couples are spending time in isolation due to the global health crisis. Seeing their family falling apart is hurtful not only to parents but children as well, which is why parents should strive to minimize the emotional effects of separation when divorce is inevitable.

tips for new moms to sleep better

Top Tips for New Moms to Sleep Better

Are you a new mom who’s happy as a lark but not getting enough shut-eye? Giving birth can be an exciting time. However, many new mothers also find that they’re not getting enough sleep at night. Frequent wake-ups can cause you to feel exhausted in the morning. In fact, parents lose one-third of nighttime sleep following their having a baby, according to a study by One Poll. It’s critical to prevent sleep deprivation as much as possible since it can cause negative health effects. Here are some helpful tips. 

taking care of elderly parents

Juggling Responsibilities While Taking Care of Your Elderly Parents

In an ideal world, taking care of your parents should be a duty, and it shouldn’t feel like a chore. Unfortunately for us, we don’t live in an ideal world, and for some of us, it could be that final responsibility which tips the proverbial jug! Of course, not every parent is in the same condition, so for some, it may not feel as pressurizing as it does for someone else. Irrespective of the situation though, it’s our responsibility as children to take care of our parents when they get old and can’t do so by themselves. Here’s how you can keep it together.