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'No' parents make 'No' children!

Jasmeet Kaur Deep
3 to 7 years

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No parents make No children

Instilling positivity in your child from early on can have a life-changing positive impact on your child –experts call it ‘positive’ parenting. But how to do this? What are the small things you can do every day that can help your child develop a positive attitude towards life? Let’s find out… Our proparent blogger Jasmeet Kaur Deep, a teacher by profession and a mom to an adorable toddler shares some useful insights…


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priya mohan

| Jun 01, 2017

Woow it's true... i to feel same... Keep good work going my fried

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Pankaj Singh Rajput

| Jun 01, 2017

impressive

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Sangeeta Jaiswar

| Jun 01, 2017

use full information

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Shikha Sethi

| Jun 01, 2017

useful information

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Christina Patne

| Jun 01, 2017

nice

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priya srivastava

| Jun 01, 2017

very useful suggestions

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leena shah

| May 08, 2017

very nice suggestions

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Sayantani Basu

| Apr 25, 2017

thanks for suggestions

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Vikas Kashyap

| Apr 25, 2017

very nice

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Vikas Bharti

| Apr 24, 2017

very very useful...

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Harjinder

| Apr 24, 2017

vrg good advice. thanks

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Urmi Goel

| Apr 24, 2017

good advice mam n i 'll follow it surely

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Poonam Makkar

| Apr 24, 2017

very useful information ,Tqsm

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Vaishali Palkar

| Apr 24, 2017

very important information

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Lalitha

| Apr 24, 2017

good information

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Ghausia Iqbal

| Apr 24, 2017

Thanks for the wonderful advice

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Gowthami

| Apr 24, 2017

informative one

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sonall

| Apr 24, 2017

Very true explained

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Shakuntala Bhandari

| Apr 24, 2017

admirable

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Dhivya Ks

| Apr 24, 2017

I'm gng to start with YES ..

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Rachna Kapoor

| Apr 24, 2017

actually effective

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Anubhutitiwari

| Apr 24, 2017

definitely a YES to the YES

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Ananya Basu

| Apr 24, 2017

nice informative article. I shall definitely try to implement these. thank you so much

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Sanjeev

| Apr 24, 2017

Such small things can effect the development of child growth... need to be careful. Thanks for this blog

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Indhu Mathy

| Apr 18, 2017

I totally agree wat u say. but in the same time I have a fear that while treating them in a sophisticated manner by saying YES to all, later they may not have the tendency to face the scenario of "NO".

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Vishali Kalra

| Apr 18, 2017

Thanx a lot for sharing a wonderful blog...

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Ritika Jain

| Apr 17, 2017

thnx all you said is really true and helpful

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Deepika Soni

| Apr 17, 2017

Thnxx jasmeet for giving a wonderful lesson through your article...

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Veronica

| Apr 17, 2017

Thanks Jasmeet.. It really was a helpful tips indeed.

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Shikha Batra

| Apr 17, 2017

Thanks Jasmeet for sharing this wonderful blog! the road to parenting is not an easy one. Removing the word 'NO' from our conversations with our children is not only an emphatic tip but an effective one too. I am sure it will prove to be useful !

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Mala salian

| Mar 07, 2017

good

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Rinki

| Feb 22, 2017

hope it helps us but nice... we can practice

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Masrat Jan

| Feb 22, 2017

hello jasmeet.. thnxz 4 valuable words.. i hv old developed d habit d saying no 2 every action d my kids... hw 2 rectify it.. i dent want 2 Lowe r down dear esteem

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Pramod Patankar

| Feb 21, 2017

Very nice

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Bhakti

| Feb 21, 2017

very nice tips...

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Archana Singh Chauhan

| Feb 21, 2017

Really nice tips..

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Karthik Kannan

| Feb 21, 2017

Thank U so much. , for the nice tips to handle a child. I have been unknowingly saying No to my son sometimes and then used to wonder why he returns the compliment sometime later.. My wife has the same concern many a times..

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Asmita Upadhyay

| Feb 21, 2017

very useful thoughts

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Lakshmi D

| Feb 21, 2017

very informative....

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Sairabanoo Khan

| Feb 21, 2017

beautiful thought.... i will surely try to be a yes parent.. thnx for the yes view. god bless

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Neha Pandey

| Feb 20, 2017

very useful thoughts.

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Swapna Pravin Lole

| Feb 20, 2017

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Progyadyuti Dutta

| Feb 20, 2017

very useful .....thanks a lot

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Umerbanu

| Feb 19, 2017

nice... its very helpful...

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Seema Giree

| Feb 19, 2017

Nice info

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Tanuja

| Feb 19, 2017

Thank you. ..it's very useful. .

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Nidhi Gupta

| Feb 19, 2017

but what can we do when others child is ill disciplining to my child in front of her parent,and due to my relative I can't scold also to that child therefore my child is now afraid of that child means as she comes she is shouting to mumma .come n take with me. what should I must do

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Sujata Krishnamoorthy

| Feb 19, 2017

very well thought of. nice article

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ruchika panwar

| Feb 19, 2017

jasmeet I totally agree with the policy of diverting the child.. although it requires a lot of patience and effort but it gradually works.. I follow this practice .. nice article

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Shivani Yaksh

| Feb 19, 2017

very well explained Jasmeet however may not be applicable sometimes. loved it . thanks

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Vijaya

| Feb 19, 2017

superb

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Ponnivalavan P

| Feb 19, 2017

good one

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Sandhya Rani

| Feb 18, 2017

Really nice... I will adopt these things

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Dr Sweta Singh

| Feb 18, 2017

jasmeet very nicely written, I seriously wanted to read something like this as I am to a No parent. thanks for changing the perception

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