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This is the section where parents can express, share, and ask without the fear of any judgement. No question is a bad question. Mothers ask how to grow the weight of the child, or what is an ideal weight, or what is the vaccination schedule etc. Within few minutes of posting a talk, someon... Read more
This is the section where parents can express, share, and ask without the fear of any judgement. No question is a bad question. Mothers ask how to grow the weight of the child, or what is an ideal weight, or what is the vaccination schedule etc. Within few minutes of posting a talk, someone from the community responds. Parents can support each other concerns through visual signs and also stay informed on new comments in conversation by following the talk. Through notifications, parents get real time updates when a new information is available. Since it is a community of real and verified parents, hence parents share tried and tested tips and solutions.
Using create a talk button, you can post your question right away. If you don’t have one, then you can reply to someone else’s. If your kids are grown ups now, chances are that you might have already faced and resolved the problems that someone with kids who are younger than yours is struggling with, today. Thus your experience can be of invaluable help to other parents. That is the power of sharing in community.
This is useful because as parents, we all have anxieties about our child’s wellbeing. But we cannot possibly reach out to a doctor every time there is a concern. Yet, we cannot ignore it either. In such cases, when you do not have someone available to discuss, Parentune’s community talks come to rescue. Once a mother shared a concern about insomnia that was bothering her 2 year old daughter. What was really impressive is that so many parents responded to his distress post that the mother was overwhelmed with the responses.
What makes it even more powerful is the granularity - you can mark the category in which your question falls. This helps you get more specific responses from people who have had very specific experiences, similar to you yours. Show less
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