Yet again Jay’s mom didn’t allow him to go for a school trip. Ouch! Again, Jay was disappointed. Tears. Heart break. Anger. Sad too. Why this repeat story? Jay’s mom didn’t’ allow him to go for the school trips ever or
“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
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
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
Imagine your kids going out into the world, say to go to college. Everything would be so new and exciting for them. New-found freedom, so many choices, time, ability, everything would be going for them. Here you would probably be
I had gone to my younger daughter Mahek’s school for her report card. As we were walking back, we were joking with each other. Suddenly, I noticed, I have lost Mahek’s attention. She had stopped listening to my silly jokes
I wrote this when I was on the ‘Everest Base Camp’ trek. I used to update my friends about my experiences. This update was on day 6 of the trek. No connectivity for the last three days. So no updates.
So many times in life, when we go through challenging situations at work or in our personal lives, we think to ourselves, “Wish I was taught how to deal with such stuff and not just math and history, back in
“There are two kinds of people in this world. Those who run away from problems and those who solve them.” Which kind do you want your kids to be? 3 Steps to Raise Your Child as A Problem Solver 1.