When asking questions about your most sensitive health issues, have you ever turned to “Dr. Google” for answers? Most of us have, and the end result is often more confusion or a sometimes even a terminal self-diagnosis. HelloFlo and VProud are teaming up to give women a new source of information, and solve the “Dr. Google” problem.
HelloFlo is a health and wellness resource for women and girls that creates videos, ones that love to go viral – over 40 million views. VProud is a video-driven conversation platform started by a former YouTuber that aims to allow the “most honest conversations you will ever have.” Together, these two incredible businesses are working to solve the “Dr. Google” problem by creating Master Classes to provide health and parenting classes. The classes are given via video and are taught by the best doctors and experts in their fields.
Mamalode is beyond excited to be partnering with HelloFlo and VProud for the month of November. Our theme is sharing, so in the spirit of the theme we’d like to share some Mamalode stories about the health issues Master Classes tackle.
When it comes to parenting health concerns, and decoding children’s behavior in particular, Mamaloders have lots of experience.
Whether you’re trying to talk yourself out of spanking your tantrum-prone toddler, or living the nightmare of being the mom of the troublemaker, disciplining your child is one of the hardest things a parent must do.
Sometimes no matter how hard we try, there are days when the screaming, fighting, hitting and kicking just get the best of us. We give in, or we blow up, and in one way or another feel like failures. But it’s absolutely not true. Just because we as parents don’t always get it 100 percent right every time, doesn’t make us failures.
Life isn’t perfect and parenting can never be so either, but there’s beauty in the mess all the same.
And sometimes all we really need is a fellow parent to commiserate with us in a moment of exasperation, and be a reminder that we’re not in this alone. It helps to be armed with the right information to figure out the best, most effective way of disciplining your young child.
The best way to learn how to better cope with your child’s behavior is by understanding it. Don’t turn to “Dr. Google” to answer your health and parenting questions. Now that there’s a resource like the Master Classes to help you get reliable information, you don’t have to.