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Name: Varsha Tyagi
Country: India
I do agree with the article. Sometimes parents cannot control themselves from comparing their children with others. Even, I used to compare my daughter (who is doing her grade III in Orchids International, Bangalore) with her friends. Every child has his/her own innate talents and comparisions with others could bring your child's morale down. My child isnt academically proficient, but is excellent at art. I am encouraging her to pursue it as more than a hobby.

Name: Praveen Premkumar
Country: India
Learnmile is doing a workshop for Parents of children going to CBSE schools (Grades: 4,5,6,7,8,9), Focused on helping the parents do more for their child, especially from an assessment (CCE), time management, stress management perspective. This workshop would be chaired by Education/parenting expert/s who would strive to help parents discuss, bring out their top queries and suggest solutions within constraints. This is only "by invite", & "no fees" workshop for parents at Gurgaon. There are only limited seats for the workshop (12), out of which, there are 7 left as of now. Registration would be done on "first come first get" basis. Date: 10th July, 2012 - 11am To book your seat, call 0124 6455175 www.learnmi le.com)

Name: Sunil Kaushik
Country: India
i agree with the article, because comparing between children grow lot of compition among them, which i the is not a good idea... thank you

Name: Rajashri Chopade
Country: India
yes i agree with u. your baby is spacial for u but do not compare with any baby.

Name: Anna
Country: U.S.A.
this was a great encouragement. i have in the past dealt with someone that was always comparing everything with themselves, even i guess right down to our children. i just realized this.. comparing can hurt you or another parent and friend. or you can hurt your children or theirs. this is not wise! it can even build all these negative thoughts in your mind, and it will show or come out one day, as did with someone that was close to me. it confused and hurt us. friends should not do this. we are all special in different areas, and this is for different reasons. life is a learing process, we all arrive at different points at different times. when we learn we should help another, not say we are great, or my child is great. my children have strengths in different areas. those that compare themselves with others are not wise. those that compare themselves to say they are great, are really by themselves with that. and they will hurt themselves, their children, or all others. :( to be grateful stops us from being so proud. anna-i died & met jesus

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