Browsed by
Tag: parent

Stop Praising Your Children

Stop Praising Your Children

A child needs encouragement like a plant needs water ~ Rudolph Dreikurs A misbehaving child is a discouraged child ~ Alfred Adler “Encourage the deed [or effort], not the doer.” — Rudolf Dreikurs, psychiatrist/educator, (1897-1972) Make each day your masterpiece. – John Wooden Are you shocked??? You are reading it rightly…… Stop Praising Your Children. Do you praise or encourage your children? Does praising and encouraging differ? For this, you have to understand the meaning of praise and encouragement clearly. Praise:…

Read More Read More

Feel The Magic Of Storytelling

Feel The Magic Of Storytelling

Have you ever enjoyed stories at your younger ages? What was the story last shared with your children? Do your kids enjoy bedtime stories?   Read to Feel The Magic Of Storytelling Once upon a time there lived a Majestic Tiger in a dense Jungle. On a thunderous rainy day, all the animals gathered before the Lion for an emergency meeting. Roar ……. Roar…. The Lion was telling something seriously. Mew …. Mew …. The rabbit trembled. The jungle was filled…

Read More Read More

The Key To Parental Happiness

The Key To Parental Happiness

Being a parent is amazing and lovable, but it’s also highly demanding and thankless. If you are stressed for being a parent sometimes, don’t feel bad about it. It’s totally normal. So leave that guilt. Have you played video games? How many times you restarted the game when you thought you were going to lose? Have you paused the game in-between? Life is also one type of game. But do you have any choice to restart it, pause it or delete it?The key to happiness…

Read More Read More

Daily Tips: Share your Stories

Daily Tips: Share your Stories

Share stories from your childhood. It could be about your parents, siblings,  cousins, aunts, or uncles. The stories could even be about you and how you got into trouble for some mischief. Such stories help build values and pride in you kids identity and roots. Ask questions to verify your child’s understanding.. Encourage your child to ask questions, and share thoughts about how the stories relate to your present-day. You are building listening skills in the process. You can also…

Read More Read More