5 TedTalks That Will Help You Raise Successful Kids

“Why do I listen to TedTalks, especially on the subject of parenting?”, my wife asks me with curiosity. And I say, “most of the speakers out there have experienced different things or have done things differently and their stories, research data, views, findings of their experiments, opinions, and thoughts, they are highly informative and inspiring.”Continue reading “5 TedTalks That Will Help You Raise Successful Kids”

Building Stronger Ties With My Son

There is a famous saying, “you can learn many things from children. How much patience you have for instance” – Franklin P. Jones. Little infants are cute when their gleaming big eyes are staring into ours. They are cuter when they giggle and laugh even at the silliest of things like looking at a poster orContinue reading “Building Stronger Ties With My Son”

Is Parenting A Skill To Be Learnt?

Every parent has their own journey and their own style of parenting. No matter how good our intentions are, we will still make mistakes. The fact that those mistakes impact our children is a hard pill to swallow. And when a parent slaps a child right across those soft cheeks and if I have toContinue reading “Is Parenting A Skill To Be Learnt?”

Beware – You Are Being Watched By Your Children

If you want your children to grow into responsible beings and live life happily. A simple practice would take you closer to the values that you want to see in them. And the below two different situations are strong anecdotes of today’s stressful living where connections between the parent and the child are fragile andContinue reading “Beware – You Are Being Watched By Your Children”

Questions to Ask your Child After School.

I remember every time my parents asked me how my day was at school. I would just say, “Yeah, it was okay”. “It was good”. I would just give them a very short reply to get through with the questions because I felt they were just asking for the sake of showing interest. Whereas nowContinue reading “Questions to Ask your Child After School.”

Dear Parents – Think before you say NO

“No, don’t play with the drums. Learn to behave when you are out”. “Mum can I go to play”? – No, not now. “No, you can’t go out on your own”. Parents often say NO instantaneously without taking a moment to give their child’s request a thought. The habit of saying NO is so powerfulContinue reading “Dear Parents – Think before you say NO”