Never Say No

Never say NO – Gleeful Parenting has no space for No

"No, you are not supposed to touch that." "Never say that again." "Do not open that please." "You should never do anything like this." These are most frequent statements we use with children throughout our daily conversation. Many cannot find the reason for highlighted terms/ words. As per behavioral experts and child psychologists, parents who use NO … Continue reading Never say NO – Gleeful Parenting has no space for No

Jumble Bumble – All the Trouble of Forced Ambition

Jumble Bumble – Forced Ambition Trouble Dance Bonanza – Dance Summer Class; Early bird discounts. DIY child craft – Special Craft classes for kids aged 3 and above. Skating/ Swimming/ Football/ Chess – First come first serve basis only. Music Summer Special – Choice of Instrument – Guitar/ Violin/ Keyboard/ Piano and many more. Vedic … Continue reading Jumble Bumble – All the Trouble of Forced Ambition

Ignite the Creativity – Let them go wild with Imagination

Ignite the Creativity in Children 'Creativity is Intelligence having Fun - Albert Einstein' Skill based education and skill development are quite viral now-a-days. Even our Central government is running skill-development institutes to enhance skills in youth. What is Skill based education and creative activities all about? We often pass our judgement without realizing the details on skills, intelligence … Continue reading Ignite the Creativity – Let them go wild with Imagination

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Guilt Free Parenting – Keep realistic parenting goals

Guilt-Free Parenting Araadhya worked till her very last day of pregnancy, she was wheeled inside labour room and by the time things could settle down someone screamed – baby’s crowning! It’s a sonny boy, joys and cheers everywhere; but Araadhya was troubled. Her maternity leave and office’s AGM preparation (annual general meeting) beginning same month. … Continue reading Guilt Free Parenting – Keep realistic parenting goals

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Comparison – Kill the Comparison not Competition

Kill the Comparison not Competitiveness Namita was 10 years old when she won inter-school swimming championship, and national level when she reached 12th standard. An all-rounder student, a picture-perfect daughter. By the time she finished her graduation, top most colleges of the country were more than happy to accommodate her. A lottery ticket for college … Continue reading Comparison – Kill the Comparison not Competition

Acceptance – First step towards Positive Parenting

Acceptance key to Positive Parenting Welcome to A to Z of ‘Gleeful Parenting’, my theme for #BlogchatterA2Z from Blogchatter. This is my first attempt for A-Z with an intention to write 26 posts comprising 26 happy parenting concepts. The alphabet for today, i.e., first day of this challenge is ‘A’. Beginning my alphabetical series of … Continue reading Acceptance – First step towards Positive Parenting