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Guilt trips – a mother’s every day journey!

Neha Gupta Mittal
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Guilt trips a mothers every day journey

As a mom do you find yourself riding on the guilt trips? Do you feel bad after scolding your child after a bad day? If yes, is there anything you are doing to reduce these guilt trips? Do you stay calm and be loving to your child even during stress filled situations? If no, then you may like to read this blog by our proparent blogger Neha Gupta MIttal where she shares her learning that has helped her to a less frequent on guilt trips.


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neelima karnam

| Aug 17, 2017

Very well written!!!!

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Deepthi

| Dec 22, 2016

thanks Neha. i didnt expect that child will feel this much bad on our scoldings. Im also having tough time with my boy(3yrs) as a working mother finding time for him is biggest thing. sometimes I try to control my anger but not all the cases. because my kid does the things purposely if I mention to not to do :( that's the worst part. I shout a lot on him if he repeats same thing. i don't understand how to control his behavior. need to find options :(

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Deborah Lovwin

| Nov 02, 2016

Well written Neha... Most of us goes through these stages.. but right choices and decision taken on right time.. does make a lot of difference. Patience is the Key.. I believe..

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Ritu Jain

| Oct 28, 2016

a very nice blog.. yes I also go on the guilt trip... n many times I try to behave like a friend n ignore all the mess up they create but sometimes the kids become so adamant n not understanding the situation and at that time I really feel helpless on what to do and in all this I shouted on them... but lately I explain my kids why I was shouted n they do understand this.. but I really feel I found a better way.

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Uma Tayade

| Oct 25, 2016

thank for this blogs really helped me bcoz i m going same stages with my son ,and the guilt what i have done shout,slapping on him ...thank u This blog give me the idea how to react in those situations and being calm

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Sweta Agrawal

| Oct 25, 2016

Very helpful article in my case

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Neha Gupta Mittal

| Oct 24, 2016

I am glad my blog is of help.. fortunatly wid me i hve stoppd takin dat trip.... n i hve realizd nthin is so grave n botherin dat v scold n shout on the kids.... bettr to mve aside fr a while... rethink.. tke a deep breathe n cme bck

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shedhal krishnakumar

| Oct 24, 2016

Hi neha I have read your article on the right tym since I am going through the guild trip and had made a conscious decision to remain clam and handle the situation in a better way with patience and understanding what the kid expects from us. I have been partial success in my task after reading your blog it gives more strength to striveand remain clam and handle the situations positively. Thank you for writing a wonderful article expecting more like this in future in your blog.

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Niraj B

| Oct 12, 2016

Nice article

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Surbhi Sarma

| Oct 05, 2016

very nice blog and I too travel the guilt road many times ... thank you for such a nice well explained blog ...

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Natasha Kapoor

| Sep 30, 2016

wonderful tips to deal with our guilt trips...... thanx a lot... mostly I also loose my temper with my Boyz of 7 & 2. but after sumtym, I feel dis guilt.. but sumtyms my reasons r genuine to loose temper. .I'll try to change acc. to dese tips

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Rita Karia

| Sep 29, 2016

Very nice blog

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Kinjal Prajapati

| Sep 29, 2016

I m Also short temper and frequently hv this guilt as after knowing all these why can't I control myself....... well written....

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sonia agarwal

| Sep 28, 2016

mnju4rrde

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Rashi Srivastava

| Sep 28, 2016

Very well written. I always try not to shout on my son. Just a firm tone can do the job done. Believe me my baby is 4 yrs old n most of the time he understands everything like a matured kid.

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Priyanka Seth

| Sep 27, 2016

very good written this blog. m also face this gulit trip most of time. I am also short temper. I have no way how come out from this situation.

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Anjali Juyal

| Sep 27, 2016

Hey Neha very well written

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Canisha Kapoor

| Sep 27, 2016

I am a frequent traveller of guilt road. However, these days I try to reason it out with my little one. Good blog Neha

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Suchithra Hari

| Sep 26, 2016

I used to keep quiet whenever I face such guilt trips with my kid. most probably if it's outside. of my kid does any mistake I'll jus try to be calm and quiet . I'll also be in a bad temper. so I won't go and talk with him. rather I wud ask or explain some of my fellows to make him understand it. if something happening inside the house, and there was none to help, then I had no other option to scold him .

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