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Name: gaurang mishra
Country: India
Great article indeed! I have seen dependant children and this made me respolve to give my child all the freedom she needs (she studies at Orchids the International, Bangalore in grade II). I allow her to do all things on her own and don't restrict her much. This article however has had me question myself as to whether she is too independent. Thanks for the eye opener. Got some serious thinking to do!

Name: Radha
Country: India
good article with ptactical , simple but efficient tips.keep up the good work.bcoz we need to do things differently for our children, different from what our parents did for us.

Name: Narola
Country: Other
its the best articles and i am happy to read it.from your articles i can be more patient and understand my child ability. thanks alot for ur help

Name: Naina
Country: USA
a very good comment, everyday i read the comments and it always gives u a good idea. thanks a lot.

Name: Rachel/Preschool teacher
Country: usa
too many children today have too much done for them. if you miss the "i do it myself stage", you do a great disservice to your child. parent let your child try. let your child make mistakes. it is okay to try and make mistakes. home and the classroom should be a place where you can try things over and over again. what a wonderful right on the mark article!! bravo!!

Name: Sumear
Country: India
it is nice article on independent chil. but i belive we should also give our experiences. and teach him some good things, which will be more helpful to him....

Name: Tampa
Country: usa
great tips - i'm a 45 year old example of a dependent child filled with resentment because of over-controlling parents. i want my son to be raised differently but i find at times i give him too much freedom - my mantra will be balance! thanks!

Name: Tony S
Country: india
fabulous article. i am v. happy that me and my husband are implementing most of the things u have suggested . thanks and keep it up.

Country: India
it is very nice article..most of the days i read the comments.children should be independant at very younger age.

Name: gwilliams
Country: U.S.A.
i believe that children should be taught to be independent at a very young age. i even believe that they should have after school jobs at a very age like a girl i went to school with. i believe that poor parents raise their children to be independent at a younger age than middle-class and upper-class parents who do too many things for their children. children do not appreciate parents who do too many things for them. poor parents have the right idea to raise their children to be tough and independent.

Name: Likitha
Country: india
very nice article

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