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Love or fear: How do you discipline your child?

Shikha Batra
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Love or fear How do you discipline your child

Children showing undesirable behaviour, throwing fits and tantrums is not uncommon. But what we as conscientious parents can do is treat our children with compassion and understanding, and make them responsible and self-disciplined . Read the blog here to know 7 tips of modifying your own behaviour to correct a child’s misbehaviour.


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Aruna Bn

| Jul 21, 2017

too good... very helpful to me

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GARIMA THAKRAL

| Jul 21, 2017

your article would be so helful in treating my child in a positive way.... I was doing exactly the same mistakes which you are talking about. Thanks a lot

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diwakar diwa

| Jul 21, 2017

Very nice article. Article like this will bring up responsible society in general.

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Gayathri

| Jul 21, 2017

Really nice article I ll follow this for my kids

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Supriya Gajanan Borlepawar

| Jul 19, 2017

Thoughtful n useful article...

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Swati Rai

| Jul 19, 2017

very nice article

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Nvn Jyothi

| Jul 18, 2017

it's very much helpful for me

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Hetal Bhatt

| Jul 18, 2017

instead of giving money or facilities, pass quality time with the children.

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Sowji Divya

| Jul 18, 2017

so helpful for parents of this generation

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Nandini Suri

| Jul 17, 2017

NYC try to implement..

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Sheetal Bathla

| Jul 15, 2017

Sometimes children really do not under wat we need to make them understand they jst argue . wat to do dat time?

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sumita baidya

| Jul 14, 2017

its really helpful ....but if i ask my 6+yrs boy not to do something .he do that only... in that case does "avoid him" policy will work?

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kirti wagle

| Jul 13, 2017

very useful

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Vijai Laxmi

| Jul 03, 2017

really very useful tips

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Madhuri Maddy

| Jun 24, 2017

nice tipd

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Simar Kaur Hunjan

| Jun 23, 2017

very nice tips

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Rashmi Sonawane

| Jun 15, 2017

its really helpfull tips

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mrunalini swain

| Jun 12, 2017

very nice tips

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amruta thokade

| Jun 11, 2017

very useful tips n nice blog

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pratibha bhatt

| Jun 11, 2017

thanks

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Shikha Batra

| May 30, 2017

hi Swapna kedia! yes it happens , the harder u try to control, the more difficult it gets . Swapna I can understand the pressures on u, or for that matter any mother including me, anger comes naturally with so many provocations around . we need to hold back our anger, mind our words and tell ourselves we r not going let this anger control us. just stop for a while look at your children's face and ask yourself can I deal with them differently. we r the mothers , for us nothing is more important to us than our children, so why not deal with love with our most precious possession. don't worry about it, start afresh. children are good imitators. from this moment itself , give love and see love rule your small kingdom. they will melt in your arms and forget everything about the past. it's just that u need to keep a constant check on your tempers. take care dear! Happy parenting!

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Swapna Kedia

| May 30, 2017

it is really nicely written. but one thing i want to ask dat how to control temper at this situations. my behaviour is reflecting in my kid and he too has started​ shouting back.. I everytime try yo be calm but end up shouting. kindly help

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Smritikana Ganguly

| May 28, 2017

Nice one.. thanks... really helpful

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Nalini Chandrashekar

| May 27, 2017

thanks really worthy tips

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Rahila Faquih

| May 27, 2017

Very nice.

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Divya Verma

| May 27, 2017

thank u shikha for such a lovely answer.. thanks a lot☺

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Shikha Batra

| May 27, 2017

Divya u could simple say ' with u two lovely and supportive children around, I am able to manage both office and home quite well. u both r such sweet lovely children that u allow Mumma do what she enjoys doing. I am grateful to u for that. ' hug him. probably he would sooner or later understand. tkcare!

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anshika kapoor

| May 27, 2017

Thanks ...

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Monika Jain

| May 27, 2017

thanks so much

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Divya Verma

| May 27, 2017

thank u so much shikha for ur valuble advice. i ll certainly follow it... tell me one more thing.. i feel u can advice me rightly.. how to answer my son when he asks me "mummy y do u go to office leaving us.. my friend's mom doesnt go?"pl advice me apt answer for 6 yrs old..

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madhavi gowtham

| May 27, 2017

thank you very much for this article... it will helps me alot in handling my 6year old kid.

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Shikha Batra

| May 27, 2017

hi Divya ! I do understand ur concerns! u need to plan a routine for the child and make studies interesting and rewarding. let there be an incentive for the child if he covers the portion u have assigned him. do take a test once u r back and praise him for all the right answers followed by a hug and a reward. for the wrong answers sit with him and explain patiently. is there someone who could take care of your lil one while you r teaching your elder one. if yes, please delegate her responsibility to them. if no, u need to involve your lil one with toys after feeding her. Divya it does require a lot of patience but believe u me anger would only worsen the situation.

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Divya Verma

| May 27, 2017

thank u for such article. i ll try to follow. im a woking mom with two kids i only get 3 to 4 hrs for them in the evening, in such small time and with a big portion of exam how should i control my anger to teach my 6 yr old son with a 6 month baby girl.. pl advice someone..

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Kiran Raturi

| May 27, 2017

thank you sooo much..

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Minakshi Kohar

| May 27, 2017

thanks it's good advice

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Harmeet Arora

| May 27, 2017

thanku so much ...for this important note... it really works

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Jyoti Vig

| May 27, 2017

Thank u so much for such positive note.

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Rajeswari Ranga

| May 26, 2017

ya, it's really nice topic. I have two naughty boys... elder is 10 years and younger 6. 5 years. now a days I couldn't able to control my temper. while reading everything is ok... when it comes to reality ...OMG..sure....I will try the positive approach.. but anyway I want a solution to manage my boys .

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Aarthy Jagadeesh

| May 21, 2017

Really a valid one.. when I shout at my kid if he does a mistake.. he also shout back at me.. now I avoid yelling at him..

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Dolly Pandey

| May 20, 2017

thanks for the these so nice information

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Smruti Patel

| May 14, 2017

really nice example 4 parents .

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Kiruthika Palaniappan

| May 13, 2017

Good information will try to implement this to my kid

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Nikita Soni

| May 13, 2017

too good information n nice way of explanation

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Deepika Pnr

| May 13, 2017

Thanks for the information and it is very good. The examples given were also very nice

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vidya sule

| May 13, 2017

very nice n useful too

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Nidhi Aggarwal

| May 13, 2017

very educative...

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Monika Jain

| May 13, 2017

thanks

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smita vichare

| May 13, 2017

very useful information

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seema aola

| May 13, 2017

it's really useful. thanx

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Prattibha Machha

| May 13, 2017

my 3 yr old munchkin sometimes tests my patience by not listening to me after n number of trials, this is the time pressure really builds up and I have to get to a situation where I am compelled to put in some fear factor for him to follow my instructions... I am a short tempered person and having a difficult time controlling my anger, which only makes me more disappointment on myself... would love some tips so that I can control myself.

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Neha Kamboj

| May 13, 2017

The tips mentioned are helpful I will try and practices the same.

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Shikha Batra

| May 13, 2017

well said Cheshta! i completely agree with u! thanks for your valuable inputs! i'm glad u all find this blog useful!

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Priya Lenin

| May 13, 2017

Useful msz thank u so mush....

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Cheshta

| May 13, 2017

again thanks shikha for sharing this aspect. for me love is th best way to tackle the innocent ones. our behaviour is really not selfexplanatory to them because in the kids world every situation comes is a new to them .the way we react makes them understand that this is wrong or right. rather than yelling we need to be patient. getting a valuable time from parents is their right and not understanding their needs is our fault.

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Sridevi Pammi

| May 13, 2017

very true..... more then dear love works.... i have 2 sons and with love I manage to handle both.... i thought him nobody can hit him....... so he should not anyone

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Poonam Philip

| May 13, 2017

Thank you for your helpful suggestions.

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Jyoti Pathak

| May 13, 2017

thanks for your valuable inputs

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Jyoti Pathak

| May 13, 2017

thanks for your valuable inputs

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Shweta Verma

| May 13, 2017

I m very thankful to u for such a great advice. keep on telling us these types of good articles

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Dipanwita Das

| May 13, 2017

Thanks for helping me.

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Tania Aggarwal

| May 12, 2017

thank u for d best options

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Jagariti Sharma

| May 11, 2017

gud suggestion for mother n child

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Kalpana

| May 10, 2017

thanku so much

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Preeti Sharma

| May 08, 2017

Thanks for the important tips l"lltry. To act upon

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Saroj Suryawanshi Amrute

| May 03, 2017

great!!! thanks for all suggestions. It will really work 2nd point was must for me to get connect with my children

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Diksha Manish Dawer

| May 03, 2017

Excellent Article

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Sonia Jaydeep

| Apr 28, 2017

Hi! The article is really excellent. It is providing lot of positive approaches to deal with the situation even showing a different perspective of the situation.

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Priyanka Ranjan

| Apr 15, 2017

This is very useful it sud work I would try to implement

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B PREESHA

| Apr 15, 2017

it's really very worth reading and helpful in my situation. now I can understand were I was wrong and what I have to do now . thank you very much

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Pradnya Mane

| Apr 15, 2017

This article is really useful. Thank you for sharing.

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Shikha Batra

| Apr 14, 2017

thank u all for your feedback! I am glad u all are finding it useful!

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sofiya mahida

| Apr 14, 2017

this article solved my all problems.. inshallah I will use these tips. thank you

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Rekha Dingrani

| Apr 14, 2017

such a good article .. but how and where can i save it for future reference, , any option?

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Varun Sharma

| Apr 13, 2017

yes its really helpful ... thanks a lot

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Renuka Talreja

| Apr 13, 2017

vry true. thank u

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Priya Bajaj

| Apr 11, 2017

Thanks 4 ur positive reply

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Prabjot Kaur

| Apr 10, 2017

very helpful

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Bhavana Oswal

| Apr 10, 2017

Thank you... Very I formative

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Veronica

| Apr 10, 2017

Thank you . I needed this so much

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Swati Agarwal

| Apr 10, 2017

thnx 4 such a suggestion

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Shikha Batra

| Apr 10, 2017

Thank u all for your positive feedback! I am glad u all find this blog useful!

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Bramara Vadisetty

| Apr 08, 2017

thank u for giving good suggestions

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Dipti

| Apr 08, 2017

Thank u so much for nice suggestions. ..

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sonali patel

| Apr 06, 2017

Thanks alot... u give me the Solution to my big problem.. A vry polite answer

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Mayuri Gupta

| Apr 06, 2017

first we have to change our selves before changing them

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Priyanka Roy

| Apr 06, 2017

i will try this option lets see if i can change my son behaviour

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Mayuri Gupta

| Apr 06, 2017

dis is right. coz u can win ur childs heart with ur love not with ur scoldings.

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Anusha

| Apr 05, 2017

very useful. will try to follow these steps. Thanks for your suggestions

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Kusum Gidwani

| Apr 05, 2017

I try to apply these instructions ...i think they r very useful

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Mamata Deshkukh Patil

| Apr 03, 2017

nice article.. very true

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Pratibha Verma

| Mar 31, 2017

Thank you, your ideas are really working as I have realised problem was with me not in my son. As I tried to be clam he gives positive respons.

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Bhavya Kiran

| Mar 27, 2017

Good article... Thank you

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Priya Sachdeva

| Mar 27, 2017

very nice easy to understand and implement

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Neha kumari

| Mar 24, 2017

really useful

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Dimple Paresh Varlekar

| Mar 21, 2017

my son is 4 year old but she is not eat anything. I give them all fruits and vegetables but she is not interested in eat. so what can I do that my son is hungry. please suggest me I am so worried about ?

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Pooja Rajesh Davada

| Mar 20, 2017

Nice very useful

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Deepthi Srikaram

| Mar 20, 2017

very usefull, but mam we don't have patience of every time. once we scold the every pampering of beginning comes to unuseful.

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Tulika Singh

| Mar 20, 2017

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Amreen Shaikh

| Mar 19, 2017

very useful n practical advice needs patience to implement,though d mother can practice them but other members like grandparents etc don't n they blame d mom that she doesn't scold d child at all

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Gayathiri Ranganathan

| Mar 19, 2017

so nice and useful

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Roshni Binoy

| Mar 19, 2017

Very useful..... definitely will work.... thank u so much for this valuable tip

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Hina Kamal

| Mar 19, 2017

indeed very useful. i think v all should start working this way.

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Divya

| Mar 19, 2017

really nice... and it works

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Chaitanya d

| Mar 19, 2017

superb article. very well presented with examples. even I am following this and it really works. every parent must follow this.

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Paramita Banerjee

| Mar 19, 2017

Very useful article

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Reyhana Jahan

| Mar 19, 2017

very nice

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Anuja Agarwal

| Mar 19, 2017

superb article... learned a lot from it.. i m surley gonna follow ur advice.. thank u..

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Sana Syed

| Mar 19, 2017

awesomeee article, well written

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Ruhi

| Mar 18, 2017

really very helpful .

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Priyadharshni Sanjeev Kumar

| Mar 15, 2017

really a good suggestion. even I was struggling a long in handling my son. I will change myself to see a change in my son. thanks to u

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Lavanya Brahadees

| Mar 12, 2017

Nice

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Ravi

| Mar 12, 2017

I have been trying most of them and they are working, for instance if my child asking for iPad instead of saying no I explain pros and cons and I will set him time after completion of given time he hand over the iPad and says it is enough for today. Sometimes he simply ignores my instructions then I will tell him why I said to him then he says sorry and will promise me not to do it again

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Mohammadi Manauwara

| Mar 12, 2017

very nice. i m trying to do the same. i will give my best for my son

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Maya Madhu

| Mar 12, 2017

Thank you for the tips.

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Vatchalya

| Mar 08, 2017

Really its a problem now a days which everybody r facing thanks 4r the same

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Shikha Sethi

| Mar 07, 2017

thanks for your feedback. I am waiting for your support always

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Tania Bose

| Mar 05, 2017

thanku very much fr lovely opinions..

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Rajani Rajesh

| Feb 23, 2017

exactly it is 100 correct way to tackle children

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tina agarwal

| Feb 21, 2017

my 4 year old is very aggressive and stubborn. very dominating too. he orders us to do everything his way. sit here, dont remove that ..... how to tackle him. he cannot be diverted with anything.

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Shikha Batra

| Jan 10, 2017

Thank you so much dear Pooja! I appreciate your positive feedback! Always, glad to be of service.

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Dr Pooja AttreyPT

| Jan 10, 2017

Hi again... thanx for ur suggestions.. i am learning n n sure we all parents are.... n please don't apologise.... perceiving the situation when we are connected through internet only could be ambiguous: :)u know virtual image :) i really don't mind it coz I understand as in writing we can only convey words... not the tone or sense they are being said in... and this ambiguity often leads to wrong perceptions.. i am deeply thankful to u as ur suggestions here n at many talks had helped me more than u know.. thanx a ton!:)

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Shikha Batra

| Jan 09, 2017

hi again! Pooja I am so happy to read your reply. I am sure u r passing on the right values to him and I appreciate it. as far as your query is concerned, how to teach him to bring a smile on their face, even 2/3 lines on grandparents or a kiss or even a dance can do wonders and can take away the heat from the moment. the idea is to avoid making them angry. even repeatedly telling the child not to do what they don't like can help u deal with this situation. please accept my sincere apologies , if I have anywhere said anything which has hurt u. tkcare!!!

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Dr Pooja AttreyPT

| Jan 09, 2017

thank you for ur reply Mam... and ur insights.. i must tell u that i really am lucky to have them around n helping in raising the baby.. we love them n respect them n my kid also.. he is very nice to them n obeys mostly.. just that u know toddlers activity levels are high... n even when they are not troubling anybody... keeping them at a bay of not gettìng hurt during exploration of environment around... this is enough a task for any elder including me.. my in laws manage it mostly... but at times they actually forget that they are dealing with a two year old n simply yelling won't do anything.. redirecting his energies will make all the difference.. and if done with positive discipline as u told i ur blog... BRAVO! .touchwood they don't have any health related issues... we had our rifts initially regarding baby care but now all settled... its just that they are retired police personnel.. .and to discipline... creating fear by shouting and spanking is their style.. as we talk a lot about changing patterns of disciplining babies.. they love their grandson very dearly... they are trying their level Best to not spank or shout mostly but at times... i guess they just can't help it.. i gs that has become nature at some very deep point.. so i wanted to know what at babies side we can do... like u suggested i should ask him to make them laugh or hug them.. thanx for that.. he does hugging thing... teaching him to make it funny... seems hard to me teach a 2 year old.. how can this be done?

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Shikha Batra

| Jan 09, 2017

hi Pooja Attrey! I completely understand your situation .Pooja I believe their anger and frustration at this age is not unusual due to many health related factors and also age related issues. this is the age for them to take rest and enjoy life. I don't know what we will be doing at their age. secondly, I believe u could teach your child that he should not trouble them and be nice with them. also when they get angry he could hug them or simply make them laugh so that they forget everything and they don't have to shout. the more he would see respect and gratitude in your eyes towards them, the better behaved he would be .please don't mind my saying all this but I believe we should teach our children to respect our elders and do something special for them to make their life comfortable. as tomorrow their kids might misbehave with us as this is what they have seen and learnt !!!

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Dr Pooja AttreyPT

| Jan 09, 2017

Hello Mam... i wanted ur suggestion regarding an issue i am facing now a days.. i am working n my baby is 2 year old.. very active boy.. so much so that he actually can drain anybody engaged with him.. i live in a joint family.. while I am at work he stays with his grandparents.. now due to their patience issues,they are not really able to cope up with him.. n at times they shout n scold him ...without even realizing that it's not how one should deal with a baby... now that unreasonable thing i guess.. is making baby short tempered n he again resume that shouting for no reason is fine.. and i talked to them but no use.. they are not changing their patterns so this negative example has been set.. what can I do to make it positive n make him realize that even if others are doing anything wrong.. we must not!I know he is still very small to understand this thing but at least i want to do the basics if any.. kindly suggest.

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Ilavarasan

| Jan 08, 2017

Summary in 1 line "We should not do anything in front of our children that we don’t want them to do". Thanks, will correct my mistake

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Prabhu Rajarathenam

| Jan 02, 2017

Realized the mistakes we were making. Useful article.

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Chhavi Likhyani

| Dec 26, 2016

excellently put... thanks

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Kiran

| Dec 26, 2016

thanks hope it will work. i try my best.

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Bharati Singha

| Dec 26, 2016

well said.... its amazing

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Mayuri Gupta

| Dec 26, 2016

dis is just awesome. n as true .dis is so so helpful .childerns will definitely listen to us first we have to change ourselves

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Pallavi

| Dec 26, 2016

Well summarized. Giving reasoning for things works wonders for kids than just a "No" for why they cannot do something.

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Archana Roy

| Dec 25, 2016

this article is really amazing

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Shweta Jharia

| Dec 25, 2016

really inspiring.

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Ruchi Mahajan

| Dec 25, 2016

nice. i too will try.

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shruthi sk

| Dec 25, 2016

i"ll definitely try

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Shreshtha Mittal

| Dec 25, 2016

will definitely going to give it a try... :-)

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Arpita Banerjee

| Dec 25, 2016

very nice

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Trupti Kulkarni

| Dec 25, 2016

really very nice explanation ..

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Pooja Dabas Sehrawat

| Dec 25, 2016

really appreciative.. I will surely follow

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maninder kaur

| Dec 25, 2016

wow its an amazing

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Shaikh Anisha

| Dec 24, 2016

sure i too will try to follow

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Meenu Soni

| Dec 21, 2016

very true n right way..... firstly we should control ourselves n don't show arrogance in front of them

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Mittal Vadhani

| Dec 20, 2016

Thank u so much

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Dr chetna

| Dec 20, 2016

very nicely put down..

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Rekha Vishal Mungse

| Dec 14, 2016

Very nice n practical tips Thank you

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Dr Shweta Mehta

| Dec 10, 2016

thanks so much.... i will try these tips with my son

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Suhad Mooliyathodi

| Dec 08, 2016

really great tips.....

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Shridevi Vinod

| Dec 05, 2016

Excellent tips. Thanks for sharing

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renu

| Dec 05, 2016

thank u very much ..even I am facing the same problem with my son. it will be very helpful. I ll try it

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Vandita

| Dec 04, 2016

i do think communication is the best therapy for misbehaviour of our siblings

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manni bhasin

| Dec 04, 2016

this is really useful tips i would definitely apply this on my son.. thanks

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Ashwini

| Nov 29, 2016

very well written .. thanks !

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Rathna Mala

| Nov 26, 2016

tnx a lot shikha, your post was a real eye-opener... Wil follow

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sunithahm

| Nov 26, 2016

thank u for feedback. i wl try and share my experience

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Payal Agarwal

| Nov 20, 2016

my 6 yr old is so adamant it really becomes hard to make him behave.. he is a prankster.. n i am in a joint family... sometimes i cannot understand how to handle him calmly

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Neelima Rai

| Nov 20, 2016

it's right to handle child is difficult task nd it's too difficult in joint family. ...bt by these suggestions... help us to understand our child nature

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Shikha Batra

| Nov 20, 2016

hi Tullika Khanna! if a child has been repeatedly asking for same thing despite of explanation. try explaining once more with an example or any other method which she could understand better. such as coming to her level, making an eye contact and hugging her , and then ask her to listen to u patiently. While u speak your tone should be firm yet polite. supposedly she wants an ice cream in this season. u could simply tell her by saying" if she eats an ice cream her sweet voice might get hoarse or even might not come out of her mouth due to soar throat , then how will Mumma listen to her darling baby. mummy will get upset as she just can't imagine even a minute without her angel talking to her. " so I am sure Tullika with your love , attention and praise u will be able to handle this. hope this helps!

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Shikha Batra

| Nov 20, 2016

hi Mahasweta Ray! please try and understand what are those situations that trigger anger in your child. avoid making him reach that point of frustration where he looses his cool. divert his attention with humor, a story or give him a task so that he doesn't feel angry. teach him anger management techniques such as counting till 10, leaving the room and standing in the balcony or rooftop , listening to music, put basket ball in the ring etc . don't leave him alone if u think he can hurt himself. other ways could be yoga, meditation, physical activity etc. make him join a hobby class or any activity as per his interest so that his anger could be channelized in the right direction. make sure nobody at home does or has been doing anything in anger which u don't want your child to follow. hope this helps!

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Shikha Batra

| Nov 20, 2016

hi Sarala Sreenivasmurthy! thanks for your feedback. I understand your concerns and probably u already know the answer. it is her fear of u , that makes her defensive and she prefers lying as a better option, than getting scolded. it's advisable when u already know, it has happened by mistake and not intentionally, u could say "I understand dear it happened by mistake and u r feeling bad. it's OK we will try and fix it" . seek her opinion if it can be fixed and how she could help u by clearing the mess. we don't realize in this blame game that child is already feeling bad about it. to unburden him/her of this guilt feeling we should ask them to think of ways to fix it or repair the damage . glass can still be replaced but heart once broken doesn't heal. just don't break her heart by scolding or making her feel bad. hope this helps!

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Tulika Khanna

| Nov 20, 2016

very nice article n useful tips of which some I already hav been using. Plz suggest that if d child asks for same thing repeatedly in spite of explaining calmly n with explanation as to why it is not been allowed which she/he understands, wat should b done?

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Mahasweta Ray

| Nov 19, 2016

my son is 8 yrs old. he is very short tempered. how to control that. suggest me some ways.

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Mahasweta Ray

| Nov 19, 2016

very effective. thank you a lot.

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Sarala Sreenivasamurthy

| Nov 19, 2016

I think this will work out with my 5yrs daughter,,,but can u give me some tips to deal with my daughter as she lies a lot because of the fear that she has with me,,for instance she has broken some glass,,, if I ask her why did you do that she will not agree that she has done,,after asking many times she will tell yes I did,,,,

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Ebbyzmom

| Nov 19, 2016

This is just a brilliant piece of work. Coincidentally, I had begun practicing the same tips since the past few days (out of my own realization) and my kid responeded very well. These tips are an extra bonus and addition to my own awakening!

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yaminisindhu

| Nov 19, 2016

its an very nice tipes how to treat the child thank u soo much

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Shikha Batra

| Nov 19, 2016

hi Deepthi! thanks for your valuable feedback. with some children u need to be more patient and practice these strategies for a longer period for positive results. u have mentioned he is a hyperactive child. have u taken an expert's opinion on this. labeling a child as hyperactive without some psychological tests done by either a psychologist or a pediatrician on him on the basis of which u could use that term would be unfair to the child. if these tests have been done already u need more than just suggested ways to deal with him. please refer to the blogs on" dealing with a hyperactive kid " on www. parentune. com. hope this helps!

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Deepti Singh

| Nov 19, 2016

great advice and definitely every child is different and different tac tics works for each one yet this write up is very apt and the basis of such a situation.... nice one.

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Deepthi

| Nov 19, 2016

I tried all these. but they worked 10% only. my kid is hyperactive. how to control his behavior :(

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Rakesh

| Nov 19, 2016

It's really practical solutions. Thank u very much

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Divya M

| Nov 19, 2016

Really very good article, very much helpful... thank you.. :)

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Pashmi Kumawat

| Nov 19, 2016

very useful. thank u for sharing.

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Harshada Darekar

| Nov 19, 2016

very very nice information. thanks.

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Richa Sinha

| Nov 19, 2016

very useful information, thankyou

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Shireesha

| Nov 12, 2016

thanks much for sharing this post. .its very helpful to me. .bcoZ I am facing the same problem now. .

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Damayanthi

| Nov 12, 2016

Thank you so much.. I was seriously worried about my son's behavior.. I will change my way of talking and advising.. thanks again

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saritha

| Nov 08, 2016

Thanks for giving useful information.

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Pallavi

| Nov 08, 2016

Practical tips

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Meenaa Raghuram

| Nov 01, 2016

useful tips

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Chandan Chattopadhyay

| Nov 01, 2016

Useful tips.

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Manisha Arora

| Oct 24, 2016

Very useful information

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Vatchalya

| Oct 24, 2016

Really helpful article

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Vashishtha

| Oct 24, 2016

nice article

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Tara Mokshagundam

| Oct 23, 2016

thoughtful article. thanks so much for sharing

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Dhivi Dhivya

| Oct 23, 2016

Very informative

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Hima Bindu Hanumolu

| Oct 23, 2016

Thanks for sharing this useful article. It really works.

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Dr Pushpa Rai

| Oct 23, 2016

Very useful artical thanks

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Saanvi Sameer Wadkar

| Oct 23, 2016

beautiful article every mother should read

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suryaprasad s

| Oct 18, 2016

nice

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Archna Kaul

| Oct 14, 2016

very nicely explained!!

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Amnabhardwaj

| Oct 14, 2016

thx. may b this will help me.

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Asmita Sakale

| Oct 12, 2016

It's very helpful,thank u

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Richa Jain

| Oct 12, 2016

very nice , learnable article

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Manika Sareen

| Oct 03, 2016

very nice article

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sofi mathew

| Oct 03, 2016

thank you ,u have given valuable view point,we have to deal with love with our children

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Kulsoommuzamil

| Oct 02, 2016

so perfectly explained. thanks

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Shikha Batra

| Sep 29, 2016

hi Neetu Prajapati! I understand what u r trying to say. Yes I agree in a joint family it's difficult to have a consensus on important issues espc how to deal with children. I believe only way to tackle this issue would be to talk it out without getting into blame game or pointing out 'who does what'. just share your point of view without hurting anyone's sentiments. Be careful with words. hope this helps!

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Archana Saravanan

| Sep 29, 2016

Wow these points are really valuable and am facing the same problem as riya's mother.. I think these points would help me.. Thank you..

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neetu prajapati

| Sep 29, 2016

it's realy nice article on dealing with such situation.... but we as a mother can follow these tips to discipline our child... but wat to do with other member in the family n other people because if they r not dealing the child in this caring n understanding way... they follow their own way to teach a child?

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Shikha Batra

| Sep 26, 2016

Thank you dear Proparents for your valuable feedback and inputs. I'm glad that u all found it useful!

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payal chowdhury

| Sep 25, 2016

Great article, each n every parent should follow this valuable article.... cheers to the blogger.... :)

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pooja

| Sep 24, 2016

Very helpful. Thanks

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Sravanthi Katta

| Sep 24, 2016

Thanks for useful information

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Nisha hevin hindocha

| Sep 24, 2016

very useful and thanks

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Priyanka Sharma

| Sep 23, 2016

thanks a lot..

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akansha khetan

| Sep 23, 2016

thank u sooo much for guiding me... I m mother of two n rather end up spanking or scolding my elder son for misbehaving... now I noe it's all my mistake dat he has started lying n giving a deaf ear to our instructions.... Ll try to follow ur advice asap. thanks a ton.

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Suhann

| Sep 23, 2016

very useful information, where every parents need to follow.

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Anjali Shinde

| Sep 23, 2016

thanks a ton

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Shikha Batra

| Sep 23, 2016

Thank u all for your feedback! glad u all found it useful!

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Manti Dutta

| Sep 23, 2016

great information.

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Sumishadeepak

| Sep 23, 2016

thanku for the great information.... it worked alot..

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Vipin Mittal

| Sep 23, 2016

it's really helpful

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Nagarjun Rao

| Sep 21, 2016

very nice help ful

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Vikas Mehta

| Sep 20, 2016

great

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Urvi Purohit

| Sep 20, 2016

great information.... like it.

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Wajid Ali

| Sep 19, 2016

thanks it really worked

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tina agarwal

| Sep 15, 2016

truly sensible and amazing post

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Payal Modi

| Sep 15, 2016

very nice advice... i also all d tym use to scold nd yell on my kids.. but after reading all this i will definitely try to follow nd behave as agud parent to gv my kids a gud bringing up

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Shikha Batra

| Sep 07, 2016

thank u all for your feedback! glad that u all found it useful.

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Karan Karan

| Sep 07, 2016

looks very connective. Just a suggestion, few spell mistake can be corrected. Thanks

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Shraddha

| Sep 02, 2016

very nicely put.. .my son is 14 months old and he loves to play in the tub after his bath... earlier I used to scream n shout so that he would stop n there would b lots of crying n kicking n howling... but after reading ur article I just told him once... i m giving u 2 mins to play in the water and then u have to get out of the tub... after 2 mins when I picked him up and out of the tub... there was no crying n no tantrums... wow it worked... thank u

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MAHESH kumar

| Sep 02, 2016

You are 100% correct.... and my best regards to you in your future endeavors !!

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saranya

| Sep 01, 2016

Awesome.. Very useful

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Arthi Saikumar

| Sep 01, 2016

Lovely! Precise and every point ws well illustrated!

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priya kudale

| Aug 28, 2016

Very helpful

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Anuja Jajoo

| Aug 28, 2016

owesome.... though we know these things some times we loose patience.... while dealing with their daily affairs.... and a write rewashed my brain... glad to have this

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fouzia bari

| Aug 28, 2016

very helpful thanks

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Samina Shahin

| Aug 25, 2016

Very encouraging article for mothers to change their behaviour.... We do have to control our anger so that we can get the same kind of behaviour from our kids...

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Umang Khullar

| Aug 24, 2016

nice. but once anger hits me, I can't control myself

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Shikha Batra

| Aug 16, 2016

hi Archana! Sincere apologies for replying late. A 2plus year old child understands how to mould people around him and make them listen to him. He knows initially he might hear a 'No 'to all his demands and with shouting and screaming and even crying they will have to finally listen to me. Archana try differently this time. Don't start with a No to his demand. for instance :he wants to play cricket indoors. just say oh Amazing dear! I would love to play cricket with u. let's find out appropriate bat and ball. then u could play with plastic bag and a clothes ball. or u could even give him options such as going to the park or playing on swings or even playing indoor games like ludo etc. Most of the times kids do all this to seek your attention which is their right, so y make them fight for it. on your own spend some exclusive moments with your child. as far as hitting is concerned it is not going to serve any purpose other than making him further adamant and making u feel guilty. Sort the matter out by reframing your sentence and keeping 'No' out of each statement that u make. this shall make your child and u happy as well. hope this helps!

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indira sharma

| Aug 15, 2016

Thanks!!!! Shikha Batra..

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umabati

| Aug 11, 2016

Very useful information

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Archana

| Aug 01, 2016

Hi , my son is 2 years 11 months now. When he is angry he literally starts screaming at the top of his voice. At that moment i speak to him in low tone n try to calm him, when that doesnt work i start scolding him n sometimes hit him too ( which i really dont want to do). Even then he doesnt stop. Finally i surrender, n give him the thing he demands(most of the situation). When the same situation arises ,with his dad, he behaves the same way , but then he stops his crankiness after his dad scold n hits him. But the difference is his dad doesnt surrender him. But both of us feel bad for hitting him. Please tell us the way we need to handle when he screams in anger...

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 31, 2016

hi Indira Sharma! any sort of injury to brain could prove to be fatal in later life . please try understand what he wants and calmly deal with this situation by diverting his mind, or making the whole incident humorous and letting him understand why his demands can't be fulfilled later when he is calm. hope this helps !

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Raji

| Jul 31, 2016

Thank you for sharing... very useful article..

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indira sharma

| Jul 31, 2016

My baby is 16 month old and he always hits his head on the wall, on the floor in anger... What would I do???? I worry weather hitting head would hamper his brain??? Please suggest me???

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indira sharma

| Jul 31, 2016

Useful information.. Thanks for sharing...

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Piyali ganguli

| Jul 29, 2016

Hi shikha i am trying your earlier advice but recently i am getting complain for my 4 Year old from his Pre School that he dont sit in Place. He fight with other kids. (Though as a parent we never hit him) I dont understand why this small things they make issue How they want a 4 year to behave?In spite of how many times i told them to include activities in their course so kids get distracted .They dont listen and they only complains that in 3-4 hrs we cannot mould your child behaviour. I am fed up of his complains as a result i am also thinking my child is bad as a result iget frustated my kid is also getting frustated. we are planning to change his school but i just need to know in future how to react this type of Complains from School and a as a mother how should i react??

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Piyali ganguli

| Jul 28, 2016

Thanks shikha for the advice really need it. will definately follow it. Docters said he is hyperactive as he always run around,didnt sit in one place. He loves to play but that play turn out into hitting i have limited his time for watching television.

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manpreet kaur

| Jul 28, 2016

I agree sometimes we just do what we want but these points are very important in life

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 28, 2016

hi Piyali Ganguli! I understand your concerns. I would like to know more about him before we actually use this term 'hyperactive'. As far as hitting others is concerned, please observe your child closely and find out when and why does he hit others. Is it that noone listens to him that frustrates him or he is not able to communicate welll or he is hungry, tired, bored, sleepy , upset that makes him behave so ?? take him in your lap , calm him down, talk softly, ask him what's bothering him, hug him, listen to what he has to say. make sure no one at home/school hits or irritates him.. jumping is a nice exercise that can be done to make him spend his energies so that he calms down. please do not scold him when he does that, as he might not be doing it wilfully. so after every 15/20 minutes u could make him run from one room to other or jump up high or let him go to nearby park where he could play on monkey bars or jungle Jim. this should make him feel better. the more u would stop him, more would be his frustration and thereby hitting others . therefore allow him to spend his excess energies. hope this helps!

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Piyali ganguli

| Jul 25, 2016

Hi,My 4 year old is hyperactive and always jump and has no concentration,even he always do jumping ,hitting .Pls help with some remedy

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saisri patnaik

| Jul 24, 2016

Thank you Shikha i will start doing it , this will really help me...

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 23, 2016

hi Saisri Patnaik!how r u ! I understand your concerns. language should not play a barrier when it comes to kids. kids only know the language of play and fun. the thing which could be a problem is that she is new to the group and probably not a regular . kids usually are comfortable in their own group and with friends whom they have seen for long. So , it might take time for her to mingle but for that she should go everyday and start mingling with a like minded person who could then reintroduce her to the group. u could also invite them on her birthday or organize play dates. also u could invite their moms home, watching this kids will be comfortable too... As far as learning hindi language is concerned u could arrange a teacher for her or if u r comfortable u could also teach her. try and speak with her in Hindi so as to reinforce and give her a practice. just motivate her to try mingling and help her with ways. hope this helps!

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 23, 2016

hi Saisri Patnaik!how r u ! I understand your concerns. language should not play a barrier when it comes to kids. kids only know the language of play and fun. the thing which could be a problem is that she is new to the group and probably not a regular . kids usually are comfortable in their own group and with friends whom they have seen for long. So , it might take time for her to mingle but for that she should go everyday and start mingling with a like minded person who could then reintroduce her to the group. u could also invite them on her birthday or organize play dates. also u could invite their moms home, watching this kids will be comfortable too... As far as learning hindi language is concerned u could arrange a teacher for her or if u r comfortable u could also teach her. try and speak with her in Hindi so as to reinforce and give her a practice. just motivate her to try mingling and help her with ways. hope this helps!

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saisri patnaik

| Jul 22, 2016

Hi Shikha, I totally agree with you . we should teach discipline to kids with love and not with fear but it really requires lot of patience. I keep on telling the things to her first by thinking her point of view and adjusting to correct her mistakes but some times she started taking me as granted still trying to explain her situation. we recently shifted from Andhra pradesh to Maharashtra. Migrating from one place to other contains lot many things my girl is facing language problem as she is small she is trying to communicate in english and can understand english but she is getting trouble with the ppl who speak marati and hindi. She mingles with every one she loves to play with hindi speaking kids but the thing is they formed groe ups and not allowing my daughter to get in to the group . She is crying alot bezzz she like their company but they r rejecting her because of language problem how to handle this situation? please suggest

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Sunitha Sooda

| Jul 18, 2016

Nice blog Shikha... thank u soo much.... i will try this...

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Punjal Sadh

| Jul 15, 2016

Very nice article. I shall follow these steps.

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Jhuma Banerjee

| Jul 09, 2016

Nicely written... I try this with my 4yrs old daughter often. She is not outspoken. Her teachers complaints about her behaviour, but she is really a chatter box at home. Pls suggest how to get this corrected in her behaviour. .

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Shikha Batra

| Jul 08, 2016

Hi Huma! I understand what u r talking about. U can start with a hug. Take her in your lap, kiss her forehead. don't make a deal, if u agree to this , I will do that. just let her know how much u love her. Agree to her wishes if they are not too much beyond a point . And if u think its being stretched far too much, u know where to draw a line. Just let her Know why u don't want her to do that again politely , calmly, without getting into arguments. If she still doesn't understand, give her some time to understand. Let her approach u and then praise her for understanding the situation. U need to have lot of patience to deal with her. Don't forget to praise her , and give her warmth with ur magical hugs. Hope this helps!

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Huma

| Jun 22, 2016

Nice blog Shikha... Need ur suggestion- with my 4 &1/2 yr daughter I used to do this but it finally ends up to yelling. I usually start politely but then she takes it granted or start negotiate like no I'll not do full page writing only half page I can do etc then I have to show her anger then only she gets ready for things. Even every time I don't wanna do this. Plz suggest how to deal with this .

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Mamta Sharma

| Jun 16, 2016

this would be definitely help ful to me

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Shikha Batra

| Jun 07, 2016

Liza ! What are some of the words or things he doesn't like to say or do ,If u would like to share ???this will help him understand better. It's great u have been trying all these strategies already. You can try role plays at home where in u make him the authority figure like a teacher or a doctor and u can pretend to be the student or a patient. Praise him and let him be the leader to make him feel in command . This will give a boost to his confidence. Call his friends home , organize play dates , guide them to do role plays, let him take the lead. Also , u could take turns while speaking lines or reciting a poem and u could show him how to speak confidently with actions. Praise him when he does his bit. Liza in this case praise and appreciation are directly proportional to motivation. So louder the clap, more the praise and hugs , higher the confidence level and better will be the zeal to do better. Hope this helps!

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Liza Banerjee

| Jun 07, 2016

Thank you so much for the suggestions. these i hv already tried and in vain. i actually hv bought him a mike. he loves singing. he narrates stories while watching himself in mirror. he dances infrnt of it. he alws gets crayons,milkshakes,scooty ride as a treat. yet the same whn it cms to eye contct. So he keeps on avoiding words or things asked to him if he doesnt likes it. i fear this behaviour in future will lead him to become an adament kid. pl suggest

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Shikha Batra

| Jun 07, 2016

Hi Liza Banerjee! How r u! Making an eye contact while talking makes some children and even adults conscious. It might make them feel the other person is judging them. It will improve if u will tell him calmly every time that he should make an eye contact. Appreciate him when he does so. Otherwise Also some children need lot of motivation, so praise him liberally . For instance " u were brilliant while speaking those lines" , "Awesome! How do u do it? Iam amazed!" Bring him a Mike and make him speak while looking into the mirror. Also u can make him join some activity like dance or theatre where his inhibitions are lost. Hope this helps!

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Shikha Batra

| Jun 07, 2016

Hi Liza Banerjee! How r u! Making an eye contact while talking makes some children and even adults conscious. It might make them feel the other person is judging them. It will improve if u will tell him calmly every time that he should make an eye contact. Appreciate him when he does so. Otherwise Also some children need lot of motivation, so praise him liberally . For instance " u were brilliant while speaking those lines" , "Awesome! How do u do it? Iam amazed!" Bring him a Mike and make him speak while looking into the mirror. Also u can make him join some activity like dance or theatre where his inhibitions are lost. Hope this helps!

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Liza Banerjee

| Jun 07, 2016

my child avoids eye contact with most people and also with me. even when i tell stories or talk casual with him. he is just 3yrs and mingles easily still... what can i do to make him learn to indulge and maintiain eye contact pl suggest

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Dhara shah

| Jun 03, 2016

It's really gud... and all the parents should practice it... very nice

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Deepti

| Jun 01, 2016

too gud

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Suhani Tataria

| Jun 01, 2016

Very helpful article. ,,,

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Shikha Batra

| May 29, 2016

Thank u all for your valuable feedback! It's is indeed a great motivation to carry on.

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SARIKA KATARIA

| May 28, 2016

Hey Shikha, your blogs are always very helpful .Totally agree that love is the only way ,whether it's about inculcating discipline in your child's life . Your blogs makes handling tough situations easily. Looking for more

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Richa Gupta

| May 25, 2016

very valuable advice...

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Lakshmi

| May 24, 2016

really very good guidance..

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Smriti Deka

| May 24, 2016

Thanks Shikha for your tips. I am facing the same problem. I will follow your tips.

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Priya Jain

| May 23, 2016

nyc

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Shina Japsin

| May 23, 2016

Very nice information.

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arumugam jeyakumar

| May 21, 2016

Practically works well.

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Shikha Batra

| May 21, 2016

Thanks Shonali! Your feedback is highly appreciated! Best Rgds!

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Shonali Bhattacharya

| May 20, 2016

superb.. I have tried few of the things which you have mentioned here.. n really works...

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Asha

| May 18, 2016

nice one

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Sonia dua

| May 18, 2016

Very useful & informative blog!!

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Vijayalakshmi Kannan

| May 17, 2016

Very nice blog. I also did the same when my daughter refuses to eat, as she is a picky eater. Now I am regretting. She became aggressive. Not knowing how to change her attitude.

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Shikha Batra

| May 16, 2016

Thank u all for your valuable feedback!

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Shikha Batra

| May 16, 2016

Thank u all for your valuable feedback!

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Nitika Shah

| May 15, 2016

Thanks for very much needed article

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Nikita Rathuri

| May 14, 2016

thank u very much as I was really disturb that how to seriously tackle her

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Dr Pooja AttreyPT

| May 14, 2016

Very nice article!n grt ideas... thank u shikha

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Shweta Gupta

| May 14, 2016

nice write-up..

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esther

| May 14, 2016

This was a much needed advice... very practical to help our relationship with our kids.. thank u . plz keep posting more articles like this... it truly helped me as the house was like a battleground

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riddhi shah

| May 14, 2016

Very nice & positive suggestions

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KULJEET SINGH

| May 14, 2016

good work shikha, keep it up.

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Anuradha

| May 14, 2016

thank u I'll follow your tips

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Priyanka Khantwal

| May 14, 2016

Thanks for advice it will be very helpful for me,because same situations I m also facing.

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Gaurav Taneja

| May 14, 2016

Thanks Shikha for such a simple yet important piece of advice. Love is the best medicine . Change in attitude and behaviour will be a constant activity in the kids as they grow and we need to take it with positivity and relate it with our time at that age. Criticizing will only make the kids stubborn and they will develop a negative approach towards life. This is their formidable age and they will become the way we make them now. We as parents need to act rather then to react.

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priyanarasimhan2011

| May 14, 2016

Hi, I am also facing same situations, thank you for the tips. I will follow n apply .

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Shikha Batra

| May 13, 2016

Thank u all for your feedback! I am glad u all liked it! Your feedback is valuable to us.

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megha goel

| May 13, 2016

Hey Shikha, very well written. This is the exactly same situation that happens in my house also. I will try my best to use these tips. Thanks

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megha goel

| May 13, 2016

Hey Shikha, very well written. This is the exactly same situation that happens in my house also. I will try my best to use these tips. Thanks

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Rabina Thapachettri

| May 13, 2016

Thanks alot for yr valuable article

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Laxmi Sharma

| May 13, 2016

very nice article..

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Dr Deepak Solanki

| May 13, 2016

very well written blog ,shikha. Love is no doubt the best way to get your point noted in such cases. Its just about striking the right balance between your demand and your child's request so as to reach a mutual conclusion without any use of scolding /punishment / abuse .

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Pooja Ghanghas

| May 13, 2016

thank you Shikha. It 'll be very helpful.

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Kunjal Gor

| May 13, 2016

wonderful tips.. u HV given .....

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Shalini Mittal

| May 13, 2016

excellent work shikha. Proud of u. the blog did give me some insights. will do share the same with other mothers. keep up the good work

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Monika Patil

| May 13, 2016

Wonderful article Shikha... I am currently feeling harassed by my 6 yr old son's indiscipline n have been yelling a lot at him... ur blog has kind of opened my eyes.. Thanks

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Deepthi Santosh

| May 13, 2016

very much usefil tips

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Lakshmi Prasanna

| May 13, 2016

usefull article

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Ekta Malik

| May 13, 2016

Awesome shikha... I like this blog a lot... This is indeed needed by every parent... Thanks for sharing it

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Namrata

| May 13, 2016

My 6 yr old nephew starts troubling everyone around when hes hungry but never asks for food... Its very imp to understand the reason behind a particular behaviour... Scolding never works for him.. It makes him more rebellious.. And the same things explained with love make a huge difference in the outcome... Very nice article and very thoroughly written.. Most parents would relate!

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