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5 Ways to bond better as a family

Shweta Chopra
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5 Ways to bond better as a family

Your home and family are the first “school” for your children.This is where your child learns most of their valuable life lessons, morals and values. As modern life becomes faster and more technology based, it is important to spend some quality family time together. The younger your child is, when you start teaching them the importance of family bonding, the better it is. But how to find the time in your busy lives for quality family bonding? Our Proparent blogger Shweta Chopra helps answer this question by sharing 5 key tips on how you can create time and space for your child’s holistic development. Shweta tells us– • How to start the day right - start yours and your child’s day with a smile and a cuddle to reaffirm their feelings of being loved and secure, read on to find out why mornings are the best time… • How to make your child feel wanted and cared for by greeting them with a smile as they come home.Small gestures go a long way! • How creating a small sacred space in your home can help your child connect with you and be more spiritual in their outlook. • How sharing your life story with your children makes them closer to you, motivates them and helps them learn life lessons. • Discover the ‘power of nothingness’ - how allowing your child to be free to think, dream or relive memories together will help them become more self-aware and compassionate. Read ahead for how you can strengthen the special bond with your children and contribute positively to their development…


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mona singh singh

| Sep 07, 2017

very well written and full of positively

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Sheetal Sokhey

| Sep 07, 2017

Thanx for ur very usefull suggestions

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Shilpa Baid

| Aug 09, 2017

i really feel that these points are absolutely correct and effective.

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Deepika Vinoth

| Aug 07, 2017

Here are 4 easy ways to bond with your toddler. https://www.parentcircle.com/article/4-easy-ways-to-bond-with-your-toddler/

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Poornima

| Aug 06, 2017

thanks for your wonderful message

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Rashmi Rawat

| Aug 06, 2017

Nice ideas as in modern time we have a hectic schedule, its really getting harder to bind the family. So thanks

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Debasree Guha

| Aug 03, 2017

very helpful post.. thanks Shweta

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Suman Yadav ft ghh

| Aug 02, 2017

Very very helpful ideas. Easy to understand and implement!

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Nidhi Agrawl

| Aug 02, 2017

leave a great impact on me.

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Kamini Pathania

| Aug 02, 2017

very nice thought. Really impressive and meaningful. A big thanx for sharing.

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Priyanka Upadhye

| Aug 02, 2017

very nice and helpful information thanks

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Hashada Gogate

| Aug 02, 2017

Very very heart warming article. I truly agree on each n every word.... even if I do each n every small thing which is very close to your article I got to learn a lot from this for which I must say a big thank you from my side... A child's mind is like clay n its moulds the day we do.... A child's entire world is in the happiness he sees in his parents eyes when he is around. It makes him feel that he has a special place in the parents life n heart... Though all parents love their kids.... doing small things to make him realise this love is also very important. When a child enters into this world it is difficult for him as he is going out of his family cradle for the first time... he longs for his mother day long in his subconscious mind... so if he is greeted with love he feels his importance in the eyes of his parent. When my kids went to school after a period of one and a half months of their vacations I felt very lonely at home cos we really had a gala time all those days.... playing ,giggling , watching animation films n having the entire fun together as a family... But I didn't keep it to myself.... I recorded my feelings in my cell n made them hear when they. returned home. to my surprise there were tears of you in their eyes at such a small age... I felt that they can understand and express their feeling at such a small age. Generally when kids return home from school family members ask them about school, teachers, classwork, incomplete books.... etc but what I have learned that a kid should be asked a single precious question as soon as we greet him after a long tiring day.... Just ask him "How r u dear?".... This 'you' is very important cos it's a care only about him and not the other things done in school... Other question must be important but secondary.... Giving them time and sharing stories gives them a teaching that even they should share each and every thing with their parents n this helps for life long. As they grow up they get into a habit of telling each n every situation good n bad to their parents as they are now confident that they r going to get help n solution in each situation. this helps to create a healthy understanding relation in between two generations which is the need of the hour in today's times... And ofcourse I learnt a new thing from this article.... it's more important to create a bonding than just having control over kids... Thank you so much n keep on giving valuable tips for parents to bring out the best in our children... Good day .

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Karthikeyani

| Aug 02, 2017

Good one

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Ranjana Sharma

| Aug 02, 2017

beautiful thoughts.... thanks for sharing

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Kota Diana

| Aug 02, 2017

very useful thank you...

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Kavita Kumar

| Aug 02, 2017

thanks

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Amrita

| Aug 02, 2017

so beautiful

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Sejal

| Aug 01, 2017

Thanks Sweta for sharing a lovely blog.. superb tips

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Nisha

| Aug 01, 2017

Hi shweta ...very usefull tips... sometimes it really feel that we are not together being in a family.... I'll surely try your tips .....thanks for sharing.

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