Youth for well being is a youth driven initiative of Nada India and IOGT International. This community is part of Pehchaan awareness campaign for well being .It aims to contribute in achieving the Goal 3 of Sustainable Development Goals,ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being for all at all ages
We gather consensus in the form of partnership with young people,volunteers from both urban & rural areas).
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Parents give out conflicting signals..says Suneel Vatsyayan
.....“Parents give out conflicting signals to their children because they
want to be ‘friends’ with them while being figures of authority, and
that is where the problem begins,” says Suneel Vatsyayan, relationship counsellor at New Delhi’s Nada India Foundation.
Vatsyayan says that while it’s important to have a “friendly”
atmosphere at home and leave all channels of communication open, parents
cannot and should not aspire to be friends. “You can create a
democratic and participatory environment at home for your children
without giving in to their every whim and fancy,” he adds. The most
important step is for parents to first figure out their own value system
and how it has changed with times, and then verbalise it for their
children..... Source: http://www.business-standard.com/india/news/the-parent-trap/495592/