Talk to the children, give them time… Take care of your health along with your studies. Exams are not only for children, but also for parents: give children time, talk to them

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Tighten the belt of your shoes, Tighten your shirt, Ride on the ground, File in hand, Responsibility on our shoulders, We’ll walk miles, we’ll run into all difficulties, We can’t stand the world slogan Hold the sign of the destination, keep the world slogan, keep the gesture of the destination…

Parents take responsibility for their children in the same way.

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There is a lot of pressure on children while preparing for competitive exams or school exams. But much can be gained from the attitude of parents.

7 powerful tips for parents

If your child is about to take an exam in school or preparing for any competitive exam, definitely read this.

1) Give the child time, talk to him: Gossip is a good stress reliever for humans. Don’t keep talking to the kids from studies all the time. Doing little things here and there can pay off big. With this, children will be able to openly explain to you the problem, which they cannot solve at their own level. Most children are afraid of their parents and do not tell them about their problems, but they do tell their friends, who may also give wrong solutions to these problems. All you have to do is find out what is hindering your child’s education and how to fix it. Regulate something your child likes instead of eliminating it altogether.

2) Make the appropriate facilities available: I have seen in many homes, where the study table is not even suitable for the children studying. Understand this, success will not come from your emotions towards children alone. To be successful, along with body and mind, some money is also needed (not much), that is, in today’s very competitive world, if parents are not able to provide the right resources, the right facilities to the children, the same expectations of children and must be maintained. Give the child a separate room so that he is not disturbed while studying. You can plant a plant in the place where children are studying, it gives a positive feeling.

3) Diet, health and hygiene: To prepare for the exam, children are unable to pay attention to food, drink, clothing, and sometimes even hygiene (cleanliness). Parents should note that the child should take a nutritious diet three to four times, bathe daily and wear washed clothes. By taking care of these things, the child’s health will be good. Everyone should drink at least eight glasses of water a day, get seven hours of sleep and eat a full meal. For physical and mental health, you can send the child to the gym, yoga center for physical exercise or play sports together or light exercise.

4) Provide an atmosphere of concentration: India is a country dominated by religion and society (society). Almost every fourth or fifth day there is some religious or social event. If children are involved in all this, then it is good for social interaction but it has a bad effect on studies. An environment of concentration is needed. You can compare it to solitary exile. This penance is necessary for success. Don’t expect kids to be at every social gathering. At the same time, complete social isolation can be harmful to children, so keep a balance.

5) Recreation: The routine routine, in which most of the time is spent sitting in the chair at the table, leaves the students physically tired and mentally cooked. Homo sapiens (scientific name for humans) is not made to sit at a table-chair, but our ancestors ran/walked on the plains, did a lot of physical exercise, walked long distances. We used to even jump and jump on trees. Therefore, parents should take children to study every few days on excursions, walks, picnics, etc. Whichever method you choose for recreation, keep in mind that physical exercise is involved.

6) Inspire children positively: Motivate your child and tell him stories about the struggles of successful people. But it should happen without making her feel like you’re pressuring her. Make children feel that you have complete confidence in their success. This will develop a positive mindset in them. In general, the point is to make the child aware of his abilities rather than to make him aware of his weaknesses.

7) Trust children and don’t compare with other children: Some parents always interrupt their children for something or the other. They feel that children are not aware of studies and exams. But every child tries to do well according to his caliber and understanding. You need to trust them and boost their morale. Often, some parents are in the habit of comparing their children with the children of others, so there is no solid foundation. It has a very negative effect on children and their self-confidence is affected.

So today’s career background is this preparation for the opposition. Parents also have an exam, in which passing is mandatory!

It will show!

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