Tag: mindful parenting
In my 9th grade, after returning from school, I sat down to finish my homework and assignments. Even after 18 years, I still remember every detail of my experience and emotion of that evening. Sitting during the last period of the day, I had already decided in the class that I’ll go home, finish all […]
My 2yo son, Ridhan often spends his early evenings at the park and then he visits our store to play with the sales staffs, helps us with the billing, and now he has also started asking customers – how may I help you? So last evening as usual as he was playing, there was a […]
If Your Child Says This, ‘I Wish I Grow Up Soon, So I Can…’? What Does It Mean And What Can You Do About It?
“No, you can’t go to your friend’s place now”. What is the first thought you had when you were a child and your parent’s said the same? You probably wondered, ‘Ugh! There it comes again. Trying to control me. I wish I grow up soon so I can make my own decisions‘ Do your children […]