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Permanent solution for stress

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“If you are looking for things to be different, perhaps the answer is to become different yourself.”

There are instances when you wish things were different, wish we had taken a different decision or wish that we were not where we are professionally or personally. Well, it might be of some comfort to know that you are not alone.

What is Stress?

Stress is what we think we experience when we are in a situation where we don’t want to be. ‘It is how you’re interpreting what’s happening to You’.

We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he/she is someone today.

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Upon a child’s birth, the first thing that comes to every parent’s mind is his or her future. How do I make enough money to bring up this child, what do I want my child to become and an ardent desire that my child should grow up to be as successful or better than I. The thoughts about the child’s future are unceasing. Seldom does anyone think what I should do to nurture this child emotionally and mentally as well as physically TODAY!

Children tend to grow up before we know it. Their emotional and mental development is faster than physical growth. It is amazing to see the level of understanding of a seven or eight-year-old child when it comes to dealing with an unpleasant situation. Just like they need the right food and exercise to grow healthy and strong, they need the right environment and stimulus to mature and stabilize emotionally and mentally.

Their minds were not built to sit and be taught. They were built to explore, play and learn.

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We often expect our children to sit in one place and do things. And often complain that they are all the time doing this, that or the other. When they are toddlers, we give them constant attention and laugh about most of the things they do, even boast about it to others as a credit to the little one.

As they grow up, the scene starts changing and those very things which fetched laughter and praises before, now starts attracting frowns and even an angry tone of voice. The child begins to wonder at this inconsistent behavior of adults. Gradually, forfeits and punishments make their appearance and the child is asked to behave responsibly….a new word and concept to the child indeed! Quite possibly, this makes the child feel ignored and unappreciated as opposed to earlier acceptance from elders.

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