Tagged: #parentingindia

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ACTIVE LISTENING

Check the scenario in a house: Children refuse to share any information with their parents. They prefer sulking than to reveal what goes on inside. They put a mask over their feelings, suggesting it’s...

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ANGER – THE OFFENDER

Follow my blog with Bloglovin There is nothing wrong with anger; it’s a natural human emotion which everyone has a way of manifesting it. The good part regarding anger it’s a useful emotion when...

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TEACHING RESPONSIBILITY

Follow my blog with Bloglovin All parents want their children to grow responsibly. So how do we raise our children being responsible in school work and other duties later in their lives? There are different kinds...

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THE FATHER’S ROLE

Follow my blog with Bloglovin In a family both parents are important. It’s natural that mothers do more of direct nurturing and caretaking, while fathers involve in physical play activities, particularly ‘rough and tough’...

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EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL EDUCATION

Follow my blog with Bloglovin Children gain during their school and college days a fund of technical knowledge and skills. But are the children at their candidly best, does the technical foundations would alone...

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THE BENEFITS OF ‘I – MESSAGES’

Follow my blog with Bloglovin It is natural in relationships with our children on some occasions what they do or say something which we feel strongly positive – appreciation, happiness, delight, or pleasure. In these times...

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ANGER IN CHILDREN

Follow my blog with Bloglovin We have come this far into the civilization; strangely, yet, many don’t know what to do with their anger, and how to handle it. Anger properly understood is a...

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BAD BEHAVIOUR ALERT

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I’m sitting at a marriage reception, in front of me was a dais gracefully decorated with balloons, and fresh flowers. Everyone was waiting for the newly married to arrive...

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THE JOY OF IMAGINATION

Follow my blog with Bloglovin A month before I happened to visit a primary school in a village an hour distance from the city where I live. After meeting the concerned head, I came...