When you scream, you show me your impatience. And teach me patience. When you smile at a flower, you show me your spontaneity. And teach me presence. When you imitate my clap, you show me how you observe. And teach me mindfulness. When you look at the switch to turn on a light, you showContinue reading “When you are with me”
We compare. Period. There can be no debate on this. Unless we are supremely confident or indifferent or antisocial, chances are that we compare ourselves to others. In career, in choice of mate, in choice of appliances, in diet, in everyday decisions. The list is endless. Parenting is no exception. Sometimes comparison is good. ItContinue reading “How to Stop Comparing Yourself with Others”
What do you want from your children? I believe this one question defines your parenting style. Some of the answers that I can think of. Just love. I don’t want money or shelter or anything. They can be who they want, do what they want. I just want them to be happy. I wish theyContinue reading “What Do You Want From Your Children”
When babies reject moms, it almost feels like a betrayal. The feeling of somehow having failed or inadequate slowly creeps in and begins to take hold. Somedays it gets unbearable and a breakdown is the only release. However, it doesn’t have to be that way.
Acceptance Parenting puts the child at the helm. Parents are but nurturers who love unconditionally. They accept, respect, believe in their children without judgment or expectation.