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Teaching responsibility and motivating a teenager

Teaching responsibility and motivating a teenager

By John Muturi

Can my son's blood group tell me whether i am the real dad?

Can my son's blood group tell me whether i am the real dad?

By DR.OMBEVA MALANDE

Are you a discouraged parent?

Are you a discouraged parent?

By John Muturi

Why parents need to begin each day as a totally new and fresh experience

Why parents need to begin each day as a totally new and fresh experience

By John Muturi

How babies communicate with their body

How babies communicate with their body

By John Muturi

Raising a boy child to lower the indignation of violence against women and children.

My Man

Raising a boy child to lower the indignation of violence against women and children.

By Paul Omondi

What no one told me about motherhood

Young Women

What no one told me about motherhood

By Gardy Chacha

What's in a baby name?

Readers Lounge

What's in a baby name?

By Beryl Wanga Itindi

What are the most psychologically damaging things a parent can say to their child?

Parenting

What are the most psychologically damaging things a parent can say to their child?

By Mirror

Eating potatoes regularly when pregnant increases chances of diabetes

Pregnancy

Eating potatoes regularly when pregnant increases chances of diabetes

By Mirror

I'm a lonely single dad and no one wants me - how can I find love?

Relationships

I'm a lonely single dad and no one wants me - how can I find love?

By Mirror

I'm a single mum struggling to find love

Relationships

I'm a single mum struggling to find love

By Mirror

An open letter to my daughter - I have good news and bad news for you

Parenting

An open letter to my daughter - I have good news and bad news for you

By Mirror

Why it's OK to not always enjoy parenthood

Parenting

Why it's OK to not always enjoy parenthood

By John Muturi

When a child asks cringe-worthy questions

Parenting

When a child asks cringe-worthy questions

By Josaya Wasonga

Why it's OK to not always enjoy parenthood.

Parenting

Why it's OK to not always enjoy parenthood.

By John Muturi