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How To Help My Child Stay Motivated On His/Her Career Path?

Swapna Nair, Psychotherapist & Career Counselor


Nov 13, 2018 | 3 : 00 PM to 4 : 00 PM

As a parent, not only you can help your child make career choices and offer advice based on your experience, but you can also help your child stay motivated in order to succeed on their career path. This is your chance to speak with Swapna Nair (Psychotherapist & Career Counselor) to help your child make the most of their academics. Register Now to CHAT LIVE today at 3pm!



About Swapna Nair

Swapna's mission is to transform lives. She is an optimist, a dreamer and passionate about igniting a spark in others. A Fulbright scholar, Swapna holds a Masters degree in Counseling and Psychotherapy and has over 25 years of experience in teaching, counselling and training. She loves travelling, reading and acting.


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Hi, my son is in class 2 now. he doesn't have interest in study, he himself will not open his book a....

Hi, my son is in class 2 now. he doesn't have interest in study, he himself will not open his book as result he don't complete his homework, as i am working i don't have much time to make him to do his homework and study time for him. can help me how to motivate him and how utilise the sundays for his studies?

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Build a habit system. Set a routine. Allot time slots for all activities. Everyday set aside time to study,for homework and for revision of daily lessons. This routine can be an incentive based system. Reward with simple stuff like a star or a sticker. When five to seven stars are collected you can give a treat. Once this routine sets in a good study habit would be formed. You can then enhance the study skills according to the child’s personality. 2018-11-13 15:02:55
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my son turned 8 yrs today. i would like to know who would be the best judge when it comes to career....

my son turned 8 yrs today. i would like to know who would be the best judge when it comes to career path. parents or the children. what if the kids like more than one career path. do you have any advice or suggestions for me.

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Today’s children have a lot of exposure. They have information on their fingertips. There will always be confusion at every stage. Do listen to their opinion and views too. Look at every choice objectively. 2018-11-13 15:07:54
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Build a habit system. Set a routine. Allot time slots for all activities. Everyday set aside time to study,for homework and for revision of daily lessons. This routine can be an incentive based system. Reward with simple stuff like a star or a sticker. When five to seven stars are collected you can give a treat. Once this routine sets in a good study habit would be formed. You can then enhance the study skills according to the child’s personality. Use interactive methods like mind map to make learning fun and interesting. Once the child is thorough with the fundamentals and learning is fun the academic success will follow. This will be encouraging. An atmosphere at home that is encouraging and soothing is very important. Do not nag. Do not ever compare your child. Instead guide on how to study; guide on improvement. Be careful with your praise. Set a high bar for learning. This academic support will help children on their future path. Ultimately in our system marks are important to get access to good institutions. Once this is done then lot of options open up for career. Meanwhile introduce the habit of book reading. Give exposure to different subjects, topics, people in different career paths. Enroll them in various streams. Take up a one or two activities every year. Maintain a rule that they give one year for each activity - be it art or robotics. It takes a year minimum to know if one is interested enough. Such exposure will help in choosing a career. Have friends over who are in different streams. Have informal chats to inspire curiosity in children. Establish a rapport with your children so that they can be open to discussion with you. Have family meals together where you can have healthy and casual discussions. Your child may not choose a career that you have dreamed. Do understand that each child has its own pace and individuality. Give them the freedom to explore. Guide them definitely. 2018-11-13 15:08:00
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My daughter is 8 year old.She is having dust allergy.So how do I Health Drink her immunity.Her weigh....

My daughter is 8 year old.She is having dust allergy.So how do I Health Drink her immunity.Her weight is 30kg.Is her weight ideal for her age.

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We have a Wellness corner in our website. Kindly address it there. Thank you. This would enable the concerned expert to answer 2018-11-13 15:14:59

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