Myself Soham Angral, lives in Calgary, Alberta. I love to play soccer and other indoor and outdoor sports. I am very punctual and like to do my all works throughout the day at right time. I love to eat simple and healthy food. I like to play ludo and carom with my parents, my father plays with me and my father and I are good friends.
I like dancing, reading books, playing badminton in my spare time. I never bunk my classes and attend every class. I go to school daily in proper uniform. I do well in the exams whether main or class tests. I have many friends however James is my best friend.
I like to eat snacks and don’t like to eat fruits and vegetables for which my mother always scolds me. My hobbies are watching cartoons, playing puzzles, collecting toys.
If you love your kids—put yourself first!
Far too many children are living with a mom who is unhappy, frazzled and stressed out. Children flourish when they are raised in a home with happy, balanced parents. The best way to give more to your children is by giving more to yourself: by doing this, you can become a valuable role model for them of a happy, healthy adult.
Say what you are going to do and stick to it
Most parents unknowingly teach their kids to not listen to them. If you consistently repeat yourself and then don’t follow through on what you’ve said, you are teaching your kids to ignore you (and especially to ignore you the first time you say you’re going to do something). If you are not going to do what you say your are going to do—you are basically teaching your children that your word is muck and can’t be trusted.
Give respect and respect it in return.
Don’t do anything to your child that you wouldn’t want your child to do to you. The list of things you don’t want to be doing includes yelling, hitting, spitting, making fun of people and putting others down. There are far better ways for you to handle conflict, stress and common misbehaviors. Commit to learning these tools that are based on mutual respect.