All The Feels
Child India|December 2017

Some kids are just born more sensitive. Help your child not take everything so hard.

Michelle Crouch

WHEN MY daughter Stella was 6, she seemed to have developed into a first-class wimp. She shrieked when I tried to brush the knots out of her hair, had a meltdown whenever I told her no, and burst into tears if her little sister teased her. I used to think Stella was a drama queen. But then I talked to an expert and learned that she wasn’t acting. Stella has what many experts call emotional sensitivity. If your kid seems to get upset easily, follow these steps to help her manage emotions.

Show some empathy.

Continue reading your story on the app

Continue reading your story in the magazine

MORE STORIES FROM CHILD INDIAView All

Pep Up For Santa

Here are simple yet heartwarming Christmas traditions that your kids will look forward to all year long.

3 mins read
Child India
December 2017

All In The Head

Keen to develop her son’s cognitive skills early on, Tejal Bajla founded Brainsmith, a brand that crafts brain-boosting educational toys.

2 mins read
Child India
December 2017

Baby, It's Cold Outside

So, winter is officially here and you need to be extra cautious when you've got a vulnerable little one to protect. Guard your baby against December woes with tips from top experts.

4 mins read
Child India
December 2017

He'll Have What You're Having!

To raise an adventurous eater, many moms swear by letting a baby feed himself. Whether you want to try this method a little or a lot, here’s what to keep in mind.

4 mins read
Child India
December 2017

All The Feels

Some kids are just born more sensitive. Help your child not take everything so hard.

2 mins read
Child India
December 2017

Instilling Gratitude A Work-In-Progress

This human attribute doesn't come overnight. As geetika Sasan Bhandari, mom to Vaanya and Nysha, found out, you have to work at it, and keep reiterating it to your kids. But most importantly, you have to model it.

4 mins read
Child India
December 2017

Portrait Of The Footballer As A Father

In a freewheeling chat with Child, ace striker Bhaichung Bhutia shares his views on being a dad to his three adorable children.

3 mins read
Child India
June/July 2017

Make Room For Dad

Is your man feeling a little left out? These six tips can help you enjoy the nine-month journey together.

3 mins read
Child India
June/July 2017

What Does His Gut Say?

You’re a new mom and Baby’s reflux and poop have already become your common topics of discussion. Don’t worry, our experts tell you ways to amp up your munchkin’s digestive health.

5 mins read
Child India
June/July 2017

Are You A Hands-On Pop?

Either you are a dapper diaper dad or you need your wife’s help every time there is a poonami. Take our quiz and find out if you are bang on target or there’s scope for improvement.

5 mins read
Child India
June/July 2017
RELATED STORIES

MERCEDES-BENZ JOINS EUROPEAN EV BATTERY JOINT VENTURE

Luxury automaker Mercedes-Benz is teaming up with Stellantis and TotalEnergies in a European electric vehicle battery joint venture, Automotive Cells Co.

1 min read
AppleMagazine
October 01, 2021

2022 WAGONEER & GRAND WAGONEER

Deeply rooted in heritage, the nameplate returns as a premium extension of the Jeep brand

10+ mins read
Four Wheeler
October 2021

general hospital

flashback to 2016 Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend: Naomi (then Robin Riker, r.) dropped in on es tranged daughter Hayden (Rebecca Budig), in no small part because she was seeking a valuable diamond in Hayden’s possession.

4 mins read
Soap Opera Digest
August 23, 2021

STELLANTIS CEO EXPECTS CHIP SHORTAGE TO DRAG INTO NEXT YEAR

The leader of the world’s fourth-largest automaker expects a global computer chip shortage that has cut vehicle production to last into next year.

1 min read
AppleMagazine
AppleMagazine #508

Architects Pick Their Favorite Building Material

Henry Ford, the father of assembly-line manufacturing, had a saying: “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.”

4 mins read
Industry Leaders
June 2021

STELLANTIS, FOXCONN TEAM UP TO MAKE CARS MORE CONNECTED

Carmaker Stellantis and Taiwan’s Foxconn announced plans to develop a jointly operated automotive supplier focusing on technology to make vehicles more connected, including artificial intelligence-based applications and 5-G communications.

1 min read
Techlife News
Techlife News #499

UNION, AUTOMAKERS HEADED FOR FIGHT OVER BATTERY PLANT WAGES

The United Auto Workers union is calling on General Motors to pay full union wages at electric vehicle battery factories, thrusting what had been a festering conflict into the spotlight.

4 mins read
AppleMagazine
AppleMagazine #495 *Special Edition

STARVING FOR MORE CHIPS IN A TECH-HUNGRY WORLD

As the U.S. economy rebounds from its pandemic slump, a vital cog is in short supply: the computer chips that power a wide range of products that connect, transport and entertain us in a world increasingly dependent on technology.

5 mins read
AppleMagazine
AppleMagazine #494

BIDEN TELLS EXECS US NEEDS TO INVEST, LEAD IN COMPUTER CHIPS

President Joe Biden used a virtual meeting with corporate leaders about a global shortage of semiconductors to push for his $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan, telling them that the U.S. should be the world’s computer chip leader.

4 mins read
AppleMagazine
AppleMagazine #494

ELECTRIC CHEVY PICKUP TO GET ESTIMATED 400 MILES PER CHARGE

An electric version of the Chevrolet Silverado pickup truck will get an estimated 400 miles of range per charge, General Motors says.

2 mins read
Techlife News
Techlife News #493