Walking with Your Child

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First-time author, Seema Dhall, a mother of two and a teacher to thousands of children, offers her insight into how to raise happy, well-adjusted, responsible and morally conscious children in this day and age where most families are nuclear and both parents work, leaving little time for extremely busy parents to effectively raise their young ones. She elaborates on how parents can meet the physical, emotional, developmental and social needs of their children at different stages of their childhood. She offers tips on how to raise an aggressive child, a strong-willed child and a sensitive child. How do you nurture and mould early-age emotions productively? How do you resolve the dilemma of traditional versus the modern ethos of parenting? How do you establish control, without nagging, anger, threats or power struggles, especially during the teenage years? How do you protect your children from the dangers of social media? All these and many more questions are answered diligently, based on her firsthand experience and tried and tested methods. Walking With Your Child is a compelling read as she intersperses her writing with little anecdotes and stories that illustrate a particular moral or value, which parents can share with their children.

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First-time author, Seema Dhall, a mother of two and a teacher to thousands of children, offers her insight into how to raise happy, well-adjusted, responsible and morally conscious children in this day and age where most families are nuclear and both parents work, leaving little time for extremely busy parents to effectively raise their young ones. She elaborates on how parents can meet the physical, emotional, developmental and social needs of their children at different stages of their childhood. She offers tips on how to raise an aggressive child, a strong-willed child and a sensitive child. How do you nurture and mould early-age emotions productively? How do you resolve the dilemma of traditional versus the modern ethos of parenting? How do you establish control, without nagging, anger, threats or power struggles, especially during the teenage years? How do you protect your children from the dangers of social media? All these and many more questions are answered diligently, based on her firsthand experience and tried and tested methods. Walking With Your Child is a compelling read as she intersperses her writing with little anecdotes and stories that illustrate a particular moral or value, which parents can share with their children.

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