Foreword by Mary Kom
100 Ways to Be A Stress-Free Mom and Raise Happy Kids explores motherhood in a brand-new light. The author draws from her neuroscience background and her analysis of hundreds of real parents and takes you directly to the core of what it truly means to be a mother . . . without sugar coating it.
Each chapter presents a real-world parenting scenario with the most accurate and up-to-date advice on how to sail through it in the most efficient way possible. With chapters such as ‘Have a Ranting Bestie’ and ‘Take Your Baby to Hard Rock Cafe’, this a must-have book for all present-day mothers who want to transform into a Nirvana-ma: a happy, peaceful, and stress-free mom!
Lahar Bhatnagar Singh is a developmental neuroscience graduate and has published a number of international papers and research work in this area. She has now extrapolated her knowledge of the functioning and psychology of the brain to design workshops that help new moms to cope with mothering and parenting. She writes articles for the Times of India blog covering topics related to parenting. She is also a guest blogger on many of the leading parenting websites in India. She lives in New Delhi, India.