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Effective Parenting Tips: Never Measure The Worth Of Your Child

September 22, 2015

Never measure the worth of your child in terms of her performance. Even if she is neither brilliant in Maths, nor talented in painting, neither terrific in tennis nor a wizard in computers, she is your child and like all children very special.

Even in her ordinariness she remains a beautiful creation of God – one to be loved and cherished forever.

‪‎Parenting Tips‬ from ‪‎Effective Parenting‬: A New Paradigm ‪‎Book‬

by Ramendra Kumar
Available on Amazon 
Parenting tips

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2 thoughts on “Effective Parenting Tips: Never Measure The Worth Of Your Child

  • Sachin Shah

    Very true! Most parents expect too much from tehir kids even if they themselves weren’t any great. Thank you for sharing this post and reminding more parents about the significance of respecting children for what exactly they are rather than what you want them to be. Keep sharing such posts!

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