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Active Parenting in the Pandemic : Tips, Dos & Don'ts

Sep 14, 2021, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

The pandemic has had a dual impact

1. Low social interactions that has given rise to stress in children, leading further to drastic behavior changes

2. Pressure of keeping children engaged at home while you try balancing all other aspects as a parent

 

Ram G, the Author of  the Book, Active Parenting will share handy tips in tackling these challenges and converting it into an opportunity.

In the book, Ram G highlights how Active parenting endorses a proactive approach over reactive parenting. Instead of jumping in to sort out each problem or reacting to each situation, it is far better to create a supportive environment and provide the child with the right set of tools so that they take responsibility, initiative and also solve their own problems.

The three key principles of Active Parenting outlined in the Book are

●     How to make a successful adult proactively

●     How to be mindful and tap every opportunity 

●     How to support your child to take ownership and responsibility

Some highlights from the book, Active Parenting :

·       5 key attributes for success

·       13 qualities that contribute to these attributes

·       5 Approaches to build these attributes

·       Dozens of age-appropriate ways to instill these qualities

Learn effective ways of parenting in the pandemic to help your family sail through the stress and anxiety with author Ram G Vallath.

Ram G Vallath, Author - Active Parenting

Ram G Vallath is the Author of the Book - Active Parenting. Ram G highlights how a proactive approach can help parents. 

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| Sep 13, 2021

Hello sir! My son is 5 years old. Post lock down, I find him more addicted to mobile phones and T. V. I couldn't control him. He behaves too cranky and throw tantrums. Though I engage him in writing home work, play and draw, he sits only for some time. What should I do?

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| Sep 14, 2021

Hello Sir! My two children aged 9 and 7 initially were quite disturbed due to closing down of physical school. But over a period of time they have started to enjoy the comfort of staying at home. They have not been taking online classes seriously and just don't want to follow the schedule. Infact they don't want to submit assignments , notedowk work in notebooks and just study last minute during exams. My concern is will they be ever able to springback to normalcy and follow the regular routine as it used to be prior to the lockdown? Kindly give suggestions to bring them back on track.

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| Sep 14, 2021

Please suggest some ways to keep my 6 year old actively engaged at home. She is more or less living a sedentary lifestyle and doesn't want to go out and play. Continues to watch TV for hours and does most of her activities sitting or lying down on the bed. She is not interested to join any online classes or play any of the games. Has got bored of drawing and writing a diary. Please give your valuable inputs.

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| Sep 14, 2021

Namskar Ram G! Hope you are doing well! My question to you is -as a parent what should be my approach in dealing with my two children who are now 8 and 4 years old respectively. Should I be strict with them or let them be as their schedules have gone for a toss, they have resorted to junk food , being awake late at night, being glued to their gadgets for long hours, not sleeping or waking up on time. I am losing hope and I believe if status quo persits , children will forget how to be in discipline and follow a routine and will continue to get further spoiled in the absence of any physical schooling. Kindly guide me as I am having a tough time dealing with them both and suggest some handy tips to make parenting them easier for me as all this is adding on to my stress with having to deal with so many other responsibilities too such as job, household chores, their studies to name a few.

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| Sep 14, 2021

Hello Sir! My 8 year old child is always stressed out regarding the pandemic and keeps a track of all the news related to it. He is concerned what if anything happens to him or his loved ones . How will we manage? He doens't want us to go out and gets panicky if anyone even sneezes or coughs and starts checking their temperature. How do I take out negative thoughts from his mind and help him understand that's it's just a phase and things are getting better.

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| Sep 14, 2021

What are some of the do's and don'ts to be followed during the pandemic with our children? I am the mother to a 9 year old child who's behaviour is not the same as it used to be before the outbreak of the pandemic. He has started to answer back , ignore our instructions and even started to hate studies. Waiting eagerly for your valuable suggestions. Thanks in advance.

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| Sep 14, 2021

Welcome to this Parentune Live. Pls ask your questions in the comments below and we will take them up.

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| Sep 14, 2021

Hello Doctor!

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| Sep 14, 2021

Hello Doctor!

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| Sep 14, 2021

Sir please give advice on handling preteen daughter .for good bonding. my daughter is 12 years old

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| Sep 14, 2021

Pls ask your questions in the comments below.

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| Sep 14, 2021

Thank you Sir she even complains about meemory issues and loss of concentration and

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| Sep 14, 2021

Focus is it because of the online classes

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