Our previous discussion reminded me of a scene from a children’s book by Ronald Dahl #Matilda – the scene when a student asks the question why…. Miss. Trunchbull “ Because I’m right and you’re wrong, I’m big and you’re small, and there’s nothing you can do about it.” “I cannot for the life of me… Read More »The Pandemic Tribe – Ready for Rules & Boundaries?
Yes, a tribe. As the meaning says tribe /trʌɪb/ a social division in a traditional society consisting of families or communities linked by social, economic, religious, or blood ties, with a common culture and dialect, typically having a recognized leader. “And so it was said to be a common cold, once upon a time, yet,… Read More »The Pandemic Tribe
This is a very important statement that I remind myself everyday as a parent “Be the guide not the dictator!” Why I remind myself? Well, the reminder is because before we are parents, we also are human beings. A basic core nature that we all carry within us is – I like things done my… Read More »A Parent is a Guide, not a Dictator – Part 2
My topic I’m sure, is making you think who is the “You” I’m referring to. No people I’m not talking about the husbands here.. The “you” in my topic today are “children” and I use this statement for my child many times. How important do you think is teaching our children house chores is? My… Read More »If you complete your chores, I’ll complete mine
It was just a regular day. I had just finished my dance class (kids’ batch) and was preparing for my next class. I always love the chirping sounds children make after class is over and they are all excited about what they learnt that class. My classes being fairly new I was still having admissions… Read More »A Parent is a Guide, Not a Dictator – Part 1