When parenting exhausts you try these lives hacks


I am an observant writer and motivational blogger. My blog is the true reflection of my soul. It spreads happiness and shows ways to smile even when time tests you. Organising effectively and managing time makes me productive. Over the years, I have become calm. I am clear of my goal and this makes my journey smooth. Currently, the focus is to win anger and use the power of the subconscious mind to control my brain.

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8 Responses

  1. Ghazala says:

    Going down the memory lane is something I do and like , to divert thier mind , I tell them my childhood tales , sometimes thiers 🙂 and it works , they forget the current situation and fights.

  2. Disha says:

    Old memories are like happy places, you can visit whenever you are down. I relate to this advice the most. Helpful post.

  3. Ashvini Naik says:

    Hey Geethica, here’s my momology post for Week#2. https://www.fitbewell.com/why-gardening-with-kids/
    The linky seems to have ended.

  4. Geethica, it’s such a heartwarming post and I am glad I read your post this morning, especially the bit from Viraasat, though I don’t remember it now after 22 years, I guess. But you are right, kids can make the worst stressful situations also lighter just with their smile. My husband tells me that life would have been a lot tougher had our daughter been not around, she is our strength on bad days.

    I will remember this when I feel like shouting at her the next time. 🙂

  5. upasna1987 says:

    Yes, watching old photographs cheer me up instantly. I will try it next time.

  6. I can identify with all your emotions in this post. Children are definitely exhausting but they are also responsible for unlimited happiness in our lives. #momology

  7. Ashvini Naik says:

    Geethica, your post is really heartwarming.

    No doubts about children being the light of our life & their happiness amidst so many meltdowns is all that it takes to lift our moods. Their smiles & innocent faces are the most powerful thing on earth that can heal every crevice in our hearts.

    And I so agree when you say that at times, there’s no need to talk back over bad/rude behavior. Kids usually mellow down instantly & that’s cool. As a child, I too was very quick to acknowledge my mistakes & apologize right away despite a fat ego lurking inside me. And yeah, like shopping treats you right during times of parenting exhaustion, for me it’s either simple shopping with my kid or a long ride that makes both of us let go the stupid moments of anger or showdown.

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