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How can a Parent do more for their child?

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How can a Parent do more for their child

There are times that one feels there are not enough hours in a day to do all that is needed to be done for our children. Through this write we analyse and discover 10 tips that could be applied by parent in day to day that may lead to a parent being able to do more for their children.


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Nivedita

| Dec 06, 2013

This blog doesnt fail to inspire me. I have archived it and read it time and again when I feel motivation is lacking somewhere...

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Savita

| Dec 01, 2013

It's a very beautiful article .

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Savita

| Dec 01, 2013

It's a very beautiful article .

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Reema

| Nov 16, 2013

Thanks bhavna for sharing your exp as a parent:) we today cant go with the old parenting ways so your exp will help me more for dealing with my 2. 5 years old

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Veenus

| Nov 16, 2013

Hi Bhavna ! This article is really a eye-opener for me,coz even I keep on taking stress & going around for little, and in this all at times either I ignore my daughter or at time scold her for disturbing me in my daily chores. Thanks for the article and will try to become a fun parent !! thanks !!

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Bhavana

| Aug 25, 2013

Very well written. A lot of thought process , detailing has gone in your write up. Would love to follow and make a positive change.

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Bhavna

| Aug 07, 2013

it is really wonderful to know the impact of this writeup , @ sunnayana, i have found that its the quality of the time one spends with their child that mattes not the quantity... ;@ neetu, glad i could add value.... happy parenting...

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Neetu Ralhan

| Jul 30, 2013

Hi Bhavna, this is indeed straight from the heart and perhaps that is why so well received. I myself have struggled with following a particular parenting style but learnt over time, that we cannot be rigid in our approach in raising our children. These are individuals, real people , we are dealing with and no fixed approach can work. Also, ditto on the car time, we dont do it as often anymore, but after reading this wrte up, I will make more effort. Great, inspiring write up.. look forward to more from you.

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Sunayana Katara

| Jul 29, 2013

Thanks Bhavna, it's a beautiful article, I could relate so much to it, I wish to enjoy my 16 months old daughter's childhood to the core but feel guilty of not being able to do so because of my job... after reading this I want to ensure that whatever time I spend with her is worth it :-)

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Bhavna

| Jul 29, 2013

@ arpita, thanks for the validation.

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Bhavna

| Jul 29, 2013

@ shikha, it is in fact humbling to know that my work is motivating someone... :-)

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Arpita Tandan Mahendru

| Jul 29, 2013

A lovely article Bhavna... its actually quite important to try & enjoy the journey of life no matter what your situation in life is.

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Shikha Garg

| Jul 29, 2013

Thanks Bhavna.... your article really motivated me to rethink about my lifestyle and I also realised it is high time to change myself...

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Shikha Garg

| Jul 29, 2013

Thanks Bhavna.... your article really motivated me to rethink about my lifestyle and I also realised it is high time to change myself...

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Ishta

| Jul 28, 2013

a beautiful writeup which truly reflects d feelings of all the parents.

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DrSonali Bassi

| Jul 24, 2013

Bhavna,interesting piece,totally relate tt

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Bhavna

| Jul 24, 2013

:-)

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gaurima

| Jul 24, 2013

Your write-up echos with most of the mothers !! thanks for sharing your journey :)

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 24, 2013

Brilliant piece of work Bhavna! Straight from the heart. I really loved it!

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