Institution of marriage and the role of being a parent From the moment you are born, you anticipate passing through numerous stages of overall development through learning. From learning to hold the neck firmly to walking, from babbles to sentences, from chewing objects to turning them around. You are always learning something, even if not … Continue reading Why were we not taught about this?
We are surrounded by sounds or noises almost all the time - the whistle from a pressure cooker, loud sound from television, or unbearable noise from repeated honking. We are not only addicted to noise but to hurry also. Due to our rushed lives, we fail to acknowledge the value of a silence. For ages, … Continue reading Why is it important to imbibe silence in our day-to-day lives?
By Pallavi Sahu The story of the potato, the eggs, and the bean is a famous story of life lessons given by a father to his daughter when she came defeated and lost all hopes in life. In this story, the father took three different pots of boiling water- to put the potato, the eggs, … Continue reading ENTER MY WORLD-A CHILD TO A PARENT
Air fills with Uncontrollable swirl of laughter during charcha hours (charcha is to discuss about various issues) around Peepal tree, tree which has been listening to them, with curiosity since over 100 years.It might have witnessed the lifetime journey of innumerable people. It's so unlikely city life, where,unfortunately, we do not get time to talk to our neighbours also, forget about sitting over a cup of tea to just talk about variety of issues!!Such gathering reflects its own beauty of strong social support, no-one feels alone-left out … Continue reading Peepal Tree,Tea and Charcha
I am sure, we all have heard, "excess of everything is bad". I do agree..it is! Out of proportion anything is bad, like sugar or salt in food, traffic & smoke on road, too much money in pocket ,too much love ,too much time on gadgets, sometimes too much talking can also cost you(so silence … Continue reading A Parent: What Should I Do?
Sexual abuse by itself is an uncomfortable subject. It often elicits silence. Child sexual abuse generally can be of two types: contact abuse and non contact abuse. Contact abuse refers to such physical contact as penetration of the child’s vagina or anus with the perpetrator’s penis, fingers, or other object. It also extends to non … Continue reading Child Sexual Abuse