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The emotionally disturbed child

Deep, a 12 year old boy, has been a “problem child” since childhood. The youngest of three siblings, he does not obey his parents challenging their authority all the time, keeps faring poorly in school though there are no obvious cognitive issues, and has severe problems getting along with friends. Diagnosed with being an ‘emotionally disturbed child’ while in primary school, Deep has caused multiple problems in school, such as hitting and bullying other children, running out of classrooms, tearing other students’ class work, disobeying teachers and so forth. At home and at school, he perpetually seems to be in a ‘bad mood’ or tends to cry or get angry without enough reason. Parents complain that in the last two years, he has become “uncontrollable”. He does not listen to any instructions given by the parents and becomes verbally and physically abusive if house rules are enforced strictly. Deep’s issues…

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Demystifying Learning Disability

Demystifying Learning Disability

Learning Disability, or Dyslexia, is today a very common and familiar term for parents. Yet, it is surprising to notice how many parents are either unaware, or unwilling to know about this term. Working closely with schools and parents, we notice that many parents are not ready to accept the diagnosis of Learning Disability for their child, without realising that they are in fact resisting help for their child. The belief that a good tuition teacher, or simply time, will solve their child’s academic difficulties, is still commonly observed. Parents are quite open to new things like gadgets and fashions, but sadly, they are unable to appreciate academic challenges that their child faces. If we show a little empathy and acceptance towards our child, it will defiantly make a huge difference to their performance as well as their self-esteem. However, still some parents aren’t yet aware about this term. Unfortunately,…

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२१ व्या शतकातील पालकत्व

child psychology

Paalak%va (parenting) ho ik%yaok vaYaa-pasaUna caalat Aalaolao Asalao trI %yaat saat%yaanao badla haot Aalaolao Aahot. pNa palak%va hI p`iËyaa 21 vyaa Satkat Aavhanaa%mak JaalaolaI Aaho ho mhNaNao vaavagao zrNaar naahI. pUvaI- palakaMnaI nausato DaoLo maaozo kolao trI maulao SaaMt haot Asat, prMtu Aa<aacaI maulao ASaI naahIt.%yaaMnaa hI gaaoYT nakao k$ ho jarI mhTlao tr to ka? Asaa p`Sna ivacaarNyaasa Qajaavat naahIt. AapNa sava- palak%vaacaI BaUimaka p`ya%na AaiNa cauka krt par paDt Asatao. PaNa 21 vyaa SatkatIla maulaaMnaa vaaZivatanaa palak%vaacao vaacana %yaabaraobarcaa AByaasa mah%vaacao Jaalao Aaho.   Asaa p`Sna tyaar hao} Saktao, jar [t@yaa vaYaa-pasaUna palak%va caalat Asalao trI maga Aa<aa 21 vyaa Satkatca palak%vaacaI garja ka Baasat Aaho ? maga %yaalaa Aaplao AaQauinakIkrNa mhNata yao} Sakto. jasao ik pUvaI- Toilaivhjanacao maaQyama haoto, pNa [t@yaa vaaihnyaa (Channels) navh%yaa. tsaoca ivhiDAao gaoma, PSP, Play station, Internet, maaobaa[-lavarcao gaoma tsaoca KaNyaatIla kahI gaaoYTI, QaavapLIcao jaga yaa savaa-Mcaa maaozyaa p`maaNaavar maulaaMvar pirNaama haot Asatao. tovha palak%vaacao QaDo palakaMnaI igarvaayalaa hvaot Asao maanasaSaas~& yaa naa%yaanao…