Book Release and Panel Discussion

Verse For Better – Parenting Lessons From Parenting Failures

We have just published a book that is a compilation of 19 poems. This is a collaborative effort between Magichive and the creative team from the ad agencyJW Thompson. The tag line being – “When you are hard on your kids, they ard hard on the World”. The poems highlight the consequences of what can go wrong when parents don’t read signals and continue to respond in ways that are detrimental to the overall growth of their children. Click here for the kindle eBook – Click here

Panel Discussion at IIMB

Subha Parthasarathy was part of a Panel Discussion on “Conscious Parenting” at IIMB. Prof. Ramya Ranganathan, Dr. Sugami Ramesh, Dr. Anuradha H and Sujatha Narasimhan were the other panellists. The discussions revolved around four ideas – letting go off your own stuff, operating in the now, honoring the child’s knowing and mirror neurons and mimicking.

Our Programs


We offer personal counselling to individuals and couples - both online through Skype and offline at our center. We also take group counselling sessions for parents at schools and corporates. Read more

Play Therapy

We offer non-intrusive Play Therapy sessions that would enable us to address the core issues faced by a child. We do this only if necessary on a case to case basis. This is done on a "one on one" basis at our center. Read more


Chetana is the 10 days Parenting Workshop that is conducted at our center. We also design and take specific workshops for corporate employees. Read more

Kids Activities

Facilitators with expertise in various areas take short term and long term programs at our center on Life Skills, WordSmart, Reading, Bharatnatyam, Arts & Crafts, Astronomy for Kids etc. Read more

We hold long term engagement programs for corporate employees on parent-child related issues. This promotes overall well being and contributes to the "happiness" index in the organization.
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Written Testimonials

1. I learnt more about myself, my beliefs and how it impacts my kids and family.
2. Parenting is a joint effort by a father and a mother to learn about each other, their beliefs about themselves and others and using that awareness to construct a family. Marriage and kids doesn’t entitle one to become a parent. Openness to learning, sharing and committing to the development of their kids is a first step towards becoming a good parent.
3. Everyone was surprised to see a father sitting among 10 mothers to learn parenting but I was surprised that not a single father was there in your class. But it gave a good perspective of how mothers think, their concerns in raising the kids and how as a father, I need to support and contribute to the family.
4. True success at the end of life doesn’t come from being called a ‘High achiever’ in one’s career. True success comes from peace in all areas of life whether it is work, family, money and community. Even if one pillar is not happy, we cannot be happy. Children grow up very fast and we should not regret later that we lost out on ‘living’ with them. If we want to achieve great things in career, then we need to first find the balance in life. Once we achieve the balance, we can succeed in anything.
5. To sum it up, Kids need our presence and not our presents. The i-pads, i-pods, the Wii’s cannot match the ‘Hide&Seek’ that I play with my kids.

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