Nov 18, 2012
We speak to Saima Mir, a former journalist who has established a website to help South Asian families trace their largely oral histories. Read Article An online branch for family trees
Nov 13, 2012
The prize-winning book A Monster Calls deals with the challenging task of broaching the subject of death with a child. We speak to its author Patrick Ness. Read Article Surviving the awful truth
Nov 11, 2012
In India, there are almost as many religious and spiritual celebrations as there are dieties and the most widely celebrated is Diwali, the festival of lights. Read Article Diwali in detail and what's happening in the UAE
Oct 09, 2012
Children leaving the family home can cause a huge sense of loss, but can also help parents rediscover themselves. Read Article Making the most of an empty UAE nest
Jun 18, 2012
According to a recent Gallup poll carried out in the US on 60,000 women, mothers who stay at home to look after young children are more likely to experience anger, sadness and depression than those who go out to work Read Article Working mothers are happier says poll
Jun 05, 2012
We talk to Deborah Eyre about how parents can help their children to achieve their full potential. Read Article Nurture the future Nobel Prize winners
May 28, 2012
Even if you don't know if you're having a boy or a girl, you're expected to have names picked out anyway. Read Article What to Expect When You're Expecting left out the naming scene
May 08, 2012
From the helicopter parent to the authoritarian, the way in which children are raised will have an effect on them in the long run. Read Article Which parenting style do you subscribe to?
Mar 27, 2012
Last week's Doha Debates tackled the question of consanguineous marriage, possibly the most sensitive social subject the forum has touched on to date.
Read Article Marriage between close relations debated in Doha
Mar 20, 2012
Parenting guru Gina Ford has turned her attention to mothers, offering advice on how to remain sane during the early months of motherhood.
Read Article Gina Ford's advice turns to keeping mothers sane