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Child Psychology and Behaviour

Why I chose not to tell fairy tales to my child

Aparna Bhat
3 to 7 years

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Why I chose not to tell fairy tales to my child

Story time is the best time of the day, both for a parent as well as the child. It lets you bond with them, while entertaining and educating them at the same time. But the stories we choose to tell them have a deep impact on their psyche and therefore it is essential that we choose wisely! Here a blogger parent shares her inputs on why she chose to stay away from fairy tales and violence ridden mythological stories.


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Madhu Mathur

| Apr 22, 2017

From where we buy pratham books

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Adrija Bhaduri

| Jan 16, 2017

Thank u so much for d names of d books... u have helped an unknown friend of yours thankz a lot

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Sudha Manohar

| Aug 02, 2016

Yes, its true. My son love watching chotta bheem and thinks, u get energy to fight bad guys only by eating laddoos.

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Vapika jain

| Aug 02, 2016

Yes even i feel the same... even a few cartoons these days show violence ...may it be in good terms as in showing good conquering the evil but the first impression what the kid get is of violence the moral of the story comes later....

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Prashanthi Tg

| Aug 02, 2016

it's true

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Shravika Adarsh

| Aug 02, 2016

very true... very informative

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DrSS Pandey

| Aug 02, 2016

all famous person story allways motivate mental state good, suggesting p

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