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“There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who run away from problems and another who solve them.” Which kind do you want your kids to be? I am sure it’s the latter. Let’s look at what are the steps that we as parents can take for our

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Did you ever have a job with no exposure and no training and you were expected to excel? It was a job you cannot quit and many lives were at stake? Well, that’s parenting! Did you ever go semi-paranoid, thinking, your child is crying, as you were taking a shower?

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Kids of different age groups exhibit evolving and changing behavior patterns. Some yell, some scream, some grow quieter with age, some shy away from speaking their mind, so on and so forth. In the midst of managing work, home, other relationships commitments, we don’t know how to tackle these changing

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I was overcome with pride when I watched my 1515-year-old daughter fold her blanket. I profusely praised her for that. She was truly embarrassed and kept on saying, “It is such a small thing.” I was under the impression, the more I praise her, the better will be her self

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* Use sanity anchors that help, like, “This too shall pass,” or “This is how my child is dealing with his own anxiety; I don’t need to get hooked into it.” * Just take that minute to pause. It’s in that space that you have control. * Breath deep a

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Activity Corner

Nutshell Helps kids know stories of their inspirations. Adds to their exposure and experience. Helps kids learn how to solve problems and stick to value systems in times of need. Duration 1 hr (interview) + 2 hours (making scrapbook) People 3 – 5 Requirement Pen, paper, crayons, decorative articles, chart

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Parenting Insights

When my neighbour’s daughter Jaya completed her graduation, she got an interview call from a reputed accounting firm. Her father decided to accompany her for two main reasons: so that she doesn’t have to travel alone and to check out people at her probable workplace. Jaya was obviously distraught with

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Parenting Insights

The world runs on love and affection. Like our co-founder Naren tells us, maximum amount of literature in the world is on love! As kids, when we grow up in an atmosphere of love and affection, we tend to be secure, happy individuals. Did you grow up in a warm

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Raising Brave Kids When I picture words like “risk-taking” and “adventure” for my kids, I freak out. It brings in images of broken bones, bruised knees and even worse things. However kids and adults alike, need to have a spirit of adventure, in order to take on life as it

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Parenting Insights

Some adults get along with kids like a house on fire. It’s a delight to watch the beautiful friendship between a parent and a child… What is different about this kind of parent-child relationship? Is it necessary to be friends with your kids? Will that help the parenting process? Let’s

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