Those were the days when people delivered babies and left them around to grow up. Where a lier would get a slap and a scream would be returned in a scream. Where parent would make the child kneel on sand as punishment and no matter how badly beaten the child would dare not talk rudely or back answer. It is another scene today. Children are smarter and Parents more educated. Reasoning has become the core of every relationship. You cannot force either side to do anything, but both need to make sense of each other. Media has its own impact and influences on the growth of this relationship. Just as a curious mother today seeks refuge in books and research, instead of asking her own mother or elders for advice, children today seek answers outside than in their own homes.
This is not a sad situation, but a brilliant opportunity. If the child is seeking, it means there are questions, if there are questions, it means the child is vigilant and alert and if that is so, then this curiosity is into the variations of life and changes around it. Handling the direction in which this curiosity goes to seeks its answers however, is something that needs to be watched closely. The conscious process begins right from birth and the haptic communication that happens between parents and children there on. The connect that builds between a child and parent, starts right there. Keeping the relationship just as crisp and vibrant is a learning process both for the parent and the child. This relationship is one that the lives of the parents revolves around.
At SaSha Training Solutions, we bring logic and love in the same plate. Simple steps to making your child explore the world correctly. Instead of restriction, giving the right exposure and doing this with the limited time most parents have in hand. What does duplications means and once you understand it, what qualities, would you like in yourself should be duplicated by your children? Simple mistakes grownups make that destroy relationships and create a rift between the age groups. We conduct kids workshops too to bridge the gap. Our children are our lives, keeping them connected to parents in a way where they don’t feel obligated, but do it as an emotional drive is an effort that starts from the steps a parent takes to get close his/her kid.