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    In recent times, there has been a sudden increase in children and youths committing suicide in various parts of the world.

    Blame it on pressure from parents, peers or any other authoritative person but the hyper-sensitive nature of many young minds seem to be going out of control. Itís appalling how fragile and insecure the present generation is when it comes to handling tough situations.

    There has to be some kind of awareness amongst parents, educational authorities and the government to prevent precious lives from taking their lives at the slightest provocation.

    The basic mind-empowering starts from home. Parents have to imbibe a sense of self-confidence and security in their children instead of merely piling high expectations on them. Life is far too precious to be given up at the drop of a hat. If a child faces any stress or harassment at school or in any environment, he or she should be able to confront the issue or report the incident to his or her parents or guardian.

    The stability that comes from a secure mind lasts a lifetime. Only an emotionally supported child will bloom. The demands of the job markets and educational institutes should not create a rift between over-stressed parents and their children.

    Each child is a precious entity in this Universe and will not be abandoned by the laws of nature as long as one has self-confidence and mental security. Every thought that you embed in your child makes his or her future. So be vary of what goes inside there.

    Hyper-sensitive children need to be taught how to remain calm and composed in any situation. Unconditional love of a parent or guardian is essential for such individuals as they become the ísoft landingí each time he or she faces a difficult situation.

    However, this parent or guardian must use the trust in this relationship to develop the childís self-confidence and mental security.

    How can you do that? There are a few important steps that go into transforming each child into a determined, confident and sensible adult.

    I am very sure that no parent would prefer to compensate the life of a child just to get the best job in the country or be the topper in school. It simply isnít worth it and the emotional trauma linked to the negative consequences that follow a highly-pressurized child who is hyper-sensitive is too excruciating to the family and victim.

    So, its time that parents and authorities take a serious decision to prevent young, precious lives from vanishing into oblivion. They should not wither before they bloom.

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    > SheebaRiyas wrote:

    > In recent times, there has been a sudden increase in children and youths committing suicide in various parts of the world.


    You can really control all of this, if you make your kids realize the value of life...

    Being a parent is one of the most satisfying and enjoyable experience one can have. Parenting is a natural instinct that comes alive in every new parent, but a few tit-bits of advice can surely help you during this challenging phase. Your home should be a harmonious space where your child gets the perfect surrounding to nurture & mature, and you as parents contribute greatly towards giving him a positive personality and progressive future.

    1. Show you care, express love & affection
    2. Listen to them
    3. Make them feel safe
    4. Appreciate & applaud your child
    5. Have a steady set of rules
    6. Spend quality time with your children
    7. Allow them to make their own decisions
    8. Love them without suffocating them

    Hope all the parents find it useful!!mental security.



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