5 mantras that always work for my children – My Valentine


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6 Responses

  1. Disha says:

    Silence is indeed powerful and has the effect that anger does not. And, I like the idea of gifting whenever you come back from trip without kids.

  2. Your pointers make sense, Geethica. Especially, not to shout when they are fighting, exhausts us and doesn’t serve the purpose too. Also the point where you said if they talk back stop talking to them and make them realise what they did was wrong.

  3. Oh the virtue of silence. Extremely effective but difficult to practice. Need to internalize this virtue for a sane parenthood.

  4. Noor Anand Chawla says:

    This is so interesting. I have never tried the silence strategy but it seems like a good one. Will try it now!

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