1- Don’t panic Panicking at a given situation, only escalates it further. When my twins, were really tiny, one of them threw some cotton inside his nostril. I think he was barely 7-8 months old then. I was in shock, but my mom saved the day. She took out a pair of forceps from her drawers and pulled the cotton straight out.
2- Be smart – Instead of being a typical mother, who nags round the clock just let them be. Instead, of hounding them with everything that “needs” to be done, just let them face the music. (Of course, only if your child is old enough) Example: If your child does not set their school bags, then let them be punished in school, If they do not learn from your experience, Then it’s time to bite the bullet.
3- Gel with the kids – instead of telling them how to behave, you behave the way you want to be treated. Try to resonate and be the mom, you need to be. Breathe in, and do not give in to the tantrums. Stay calm, and this will help you go a long way.
4-Shut down the outside world when need be– Do not forget that you owe a lot to yourself. Fix a “me ” time daily even if it’s only 15 minutes a day. Workout, walk, sing, draw whatever gives you a sense of satisfaction. One needs to be at peace with themselves before they go and cater to the needs of other people.
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