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2009-06-03
Name: Editor Is your child comfortable being away from you for some time? How do you feel when you see children crying on the first day of school? Do you think children begin school when they are too young?
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2009-06-03
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Name: Pragati
Subject:   Small children
I would say that in our country we send children to school when they are too young. Parents think nothing of enrolling their children in school when they are barely able to walk. Add to that various other classes. It' s like we are trying to create super children. Yes, I agree that it is important to think about the schools and education of the child but there is a right time for everything. Parents should wait for this right time to come and then they should think about the school of their baby. It is necessary to pay attention to the needs of the baby at that particular time rather than thinking about the school of the baby at a wrong time.
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2009-06-03
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Name: Malti
Subject:  Stay at home parents
This is more of a problem for those children whose parents are at home. They are so used to having them around that they simply cannot stand to be without them. Even if you are a stay at home parent, please encourage your children to be independent otherwise they will never be able to manage. I know it is bit difficult but we can not avoid it and every parent has to go through this. We have to do this as we have to educate our child and make him or her better and responsible person. It is just like when birds teach their babies to fly they have to push them, no matter whatever happens they have to do this even though they fall.

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2009-06-03
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Name: Shipra
Subject:   Difficult
I remember my son' s first day of school. He clung to me and kept howling throughout. He refused to let go of my hand and cried all the way as the teacher took him to his class. It was a truly heartbreaking experience for me. I felt like I should take him away and go home. But, I had to behave like a stone hearted person and left him with his teacher and his class. It is really a daunting task to prepare the child for school. More difficult than that is preparing a mother’s heart to leave child crying in the school. It is really an unavoidable situation in life of every mother and child.
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