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Mindful Parenting To Raise My Words And Not My Voice – #MyParentingMantra

Mindful Parenting To Raise My Words And Not My Voice – #MyParentingMantra

Thanks for boarding into this fabulous blog train – My Parenting Mantra. Some awesome bloggers are driving it for over a month. And we have promised to bring you some enriching contents that will add to your own parenting experience. Hope we have done it more successful. If you are curious to know about our blogger moms driving this blog train, you can read here. Big thanks to an amazing blogger mom Preetjyot Mehra from My Little Muffin for introducing me. Parenting Is the most toughest…

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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:…

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40 Mantras for Happy Married Life

40 Mantras for Happy Married Life

  Marriage gives us a lifetime companion. It gives us hope, peace,security, love, life, kids and much more. For some, marriage was made in heaven. They enjoy each other’s company well. But some were not able to survive the problems raised in a married life. So with my 11+ years of experience in marriage, I learnt these 40 Mantras for Happy Married Life.  40 Mantras For Happy Married Life Start everyday with kisses. Select one song as your Love Song. Discuss only about positive dreams….

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7 Simple Steps to Improve Child’s Behaviour

7 Simple Steps to Improve Child’s Behaviour

  There are no magic bullets or instant fixes when it comes to discipline of your children. But follow these 7 simple tips each day and better behavior will evolve.   7 Simple Steps to Improve Child’s Behavior Spend unstructured time together. Just 15 minutes a day with your child lays the groundwork for positive reinforcement in the future. Praise good behavior immediately and often.Positive reinforcement is the best behavioral tool, especially when it comes from a parent. Promptly award good behavior with tokens, such as stars on…

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