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Splash the right colours in your child's life

Mohit Sawhney
7 to 11 years

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Splash the right colours in your childs life

On Holi, one father shares interesting ways to add colour to a child’s life. Our proparent Mohit Sawhney says that for a child, life is a clean canvas, and parents are the artists. Read on…


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Mohit Sawhney

| Mar 20, 2017

Hi Pooja, we're all learning as parents but I can't believe that your child or any child for that matter would cry for no reason! It's more likely we don't know the reason and assume they're crying for nothing. It would be worth listening to her unspoken words and understanding why she's behaving the way she is. You'll surely find out. :) Best of luck.

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pooja chawla

| Mar 16, 2017

Thanks dear.. for giving probable solution to my problem. the main problem is she cant express herself.. its not she want something and cry for the same. she will cry for no reason actually. so I get irritated sometimes that I know is not right.. but cudnt help myself

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Mohit Sawhney

| Mar 16, 2017

Hi adarsh Has your son complained to you or us this your own observation? If it's your child's then it's more serious. Is the bullying verbal or physical ? If it's verbal n your son has not complained , let kids handle it themselves - the kids are quite better than us adults n will get this bulky out if their playgroup completely . Social outcasting will hopefully improve this bully or at the very least it will save your child from being bullied. If it's physical or if your son has complained to you , n you think you've done everything you can - then either move this bully n his family out or move away yourself - since your son is old enough , you can have your son join a sport of his interest at a club with a coach - that way he can focus his energies n learn something well . Hope this helps - do let me know how it goes . Good luck

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Mohit Sawhney

| Mar 15, 2017

Hi Pooja , ask your child what would make her happy ? Ask her to draw if she's too young to write. This way soon she will be in a positive frame of mind. If she's upset or annoyed , don't go with the usual response of why are you sad? Or dont cry. Or what can u do to make you happy. Instead just go with the flow and let her be .. children get the attention which they need by crying .. spend 1 to 1 time with her instead of her asking you thru indirect means .. do share your observations after a week :)

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| Mar 14, 2017

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| Mar 14, 2017

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Adarsh Sharma

| Mar 14, 2017

there is bully kid with a bully family as neighbors in our street... while I try and advise my 8 year old son ignore their nasty comments, I know it affects my son and me... how do we manage this situation... we've tried talking to the neighborin family but they just won't accept their negative behavior and have increased their bullying towards younger kids in the street... apparently the nasty neighbor is a Doctor... once I tried to politely talk to the kid and ask him to be more considerate but then he went and complained to his family that I was screaming at him and his family just as expected made a mess in the neighborhood... this is very disturbing for little kids in the area who are growing up with a very bad experience... what do we do

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Adarsh Sharma

| Mar 14, 2017

there is bully kid with a bully family as neighbors in our street... while I try and advise my 8 year old son ignore their nasty comments, I know it affects my son and me... how do we manage this situation... we've tried talking to the neighborin family but they just won't accept their negative behavior and have increased their bullying towards younger kids in the street... apparently the nasty neighbor is a Doctor... once I tried to politely talk to the kid and ask him to be more considerate but then he went and complained to his family that I was screaming at him and his family just as expected made a mess in the neighborhood... this is very disturbing for little kids in the area who are growing up with a very bad experience... what do we do

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pooja chawla

| Mar 13, 2017

hi.. nice article.. my munchkin is not happy most of the time.. worried abt her behaviour.. she is always grinning, complaining abt almost everything.. she finds endless reasons to cry all the time.. looking for help.. she is 3. 5 yrs old. she wants everything to be done according to her..

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