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Hello – I am ‘Momster' ! Are you?

Reshma Cherian
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Hello I am Momster Are you

Is it really so bad being a mom-in-control? A mother decides to set aside her ideals to raise happy, but well-behaved children, but in the process getting labeled as a ‘mom-ster’.


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 Sukanya Banerjee

| Dec 01, 2016

Awesome. I am known as the Hitler Mom or Aunt in the family. Good to know that I am not the only one. Had fun reading your article.

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Sethu Menon

| May 30, 2016

this article made me laugh out loud... I didn't know there was another momster just like me.... we r so similar... great article...

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Sushmita Sudhan

| Mar 25, 2016

Nice article every mother has to go through this phase but the important thng is how to pacify them using unusual techniques well I will surely try these tips on my little one as she is doing the same thing and everytm I hv to raise my voice that I doesn't like.

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MEENAL GUPTA

| Feb 16, 2016

Wonderful article... I m too a mom of twins both boys... I can relate to each n everything given in the article. For me the most difficult part is to stop them from crying. But somehow I m managing it.

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Shubhi Chauhan

| Feb 16, 2016

Awesome article... its so true... i am a working mother and at times i am so tired to introduce discipline in my daughters lyf.... at tyms when she is crying endlessly fr sm things.... i pretend as if m ignoring... bt its so hard to watch her lyk that and at the end most f tyms i wont say nythng... jst hold her in my arms and as u said try to divert her mind in sm way..... i feel smhow single kids r dat way... dey need too mch f attention nd get adamant easily... bt den u have twins... so i think dey vl definitelt turn out to b disciplined human beings... :

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Roopa Vinod

| Dec 30, 2015

Thumbs up great article could relate my self to all.... will surely try the tips

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Preethi Shenoy

| Dec 29, 2015

Superb article. I just loved reading each word being written here. Even I too have a 1. 5 year old baby boy. With all his tantrums even I have become a momster :)

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chaitali sanghavi

| Dec 10, 2015

Super read... I am a monster too for my 2. 4 year old son but sometimes their ability to persist leaves me helpless.. Can relate to everything u mention in the blog

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Hemlata Wagh

| Dec 09, 2015

I mean a 'mom's terms too. Twins a boy and a girl and they are exactly the say you described your kids. I have had a tough time raising them. I had previously mature delivery n that impacted the eye of my boy. He had developed squint for which he got operated twice and has glasses too. I get worried for him all the while. By God's grace the girl child is doing good.

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chaitra S

| Dec 07, 2015

Really a good one

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kusum rawat

| Nov 30, 2015

ha ha ha... awesome write up... i cud soooo relate to it despite d fact that i have a son n a daughter with a gap of almost 2 yrs n 7 mnths... but cudnt stop laughing while reading)))

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Vandita Mehta

| Nov 30, 2015

Very well written reshma... I'm also a mother of 4 yr old twins and 6 yr old boy! I've also become a monster!!!

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Deepti Batra

| Nov 30, 2015

Very nice blog and Now Ill be also in momstering group.

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Isha Adlakha

| Nov 25, 2015

So relatable... you wrote it so well. We all have that one wish to make our kids well behaved. At the same time, we can't be so harsh. Striking a balance is what we all need to achieve.

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Archana Parmar

| Nov 25, 2015

I am also mother of twins. Very nice blog. I am thinking that my situation will be just like you. I would have to follow your tricks.

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Neha Jain

| Nov 25, 2015

Interesting and very useful... Thanks for being a mom that I thought I wanted to be.. But did not have guts.. Now I can have some audacity to go your way girl

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sukhdeep Gondara

| Nov 24, 2015

Thoroughly enjoyed reading dis... can correlate fully. ..u penned down ur feelings very nicely. .:)

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Lakshmi Dhevi

| Nov 24, 2015

I couldn't stop laughing reading this column... I have a 2 yr old daughter who will fall suddenly and start crying if her demand is not met... I think I should try your tips to handle her.

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Anurima

| Nov 24, 2015

Loved it, more so as I completely relate to it. Distraction works, praise really works and rules rules rules. I am also a Momster, though sometimes my voice and presence go unnoticed!

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