Mothers Are The Best Teachers; Here’s Why

Kriti Sharma

When I was 3 years old, my mother knew that I am creative. She was a teacher and she did everything she could to bring out the best in me. My name means "creation" and I know I am one of the finest, god has created. I am a writer, a blogger, a storyteller, a life coach and a counselor. Everything I do leads me to my diary. I believe that we humans are different from the four legged ones in just one way, we are blessed with the brain, the higher faculties of our mind. I teach children how to use the higher faculties of their minds to improve their life. Writing is my first love and it's a never ending affair. I strongly believe in the quote "The Me I See is The Me I'll Be" and I intend to impart the same knowledge to everyone..

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    • Kriti Sharma says:

      Thanks a bunch for your appreciation. Parenting will always be a topic to write about and the styles of parenting keep changing, so the stuff is almost new every single time. Generations change and so does the parenting.

  1. December 27, 2017

    […] This is a major drawback of being brought up in a place where people are so closely associated with each other. Without knowing, people compare themselves to others and end up loosing their self respect. I just want to tell her that she is a unique person. None of her habits, none of her choices, none of her decisions are similar to anyone else. Then how can she be compared? This acknowledgement of her being a unique person in her own right will make her lead a stress free life. It won’t matter if she will find herself taking time to decide which career choice she wants to make because it won’t be a race for her. She will give herself all the time in the world to find out what she will do in her life. If she will keep comparing herself with others, she will compare her success, her failures, her milestones and many more such things. This will just lead her to cater to an element of jealousy and make her unhappy with herself. So I would teach my darling daughter to realize that she is ‘incomparable’. (ALSO READ: Mother’s are the best teachers; Here’s why) […]

  2. December 27, 2017

    […] And as for the neighbor’s child getting the ranks, you as parents need to understand that no two children are the same. They are two completely different identities having different interests. So it doesn’t matter if some Sharma ji ka beta scored 99% or a Gupta ji ki beti topped the college. Let your child learn from his own mistakes, not from someone else’s success. The compare game adversely affects a child’s mind and garners a feeling of jealousy in him. So just chuck the ‘See how well others did game’, It’s harmful. (ALSO READ: Mother’s are the Best teachers; Here’s why) […]

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