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 Did You Hug Your Child Today? 
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by: Sudha Gupta

In the race of life, at times our concerns over run the love for our children. It is not that the love diminishes but we stop expressing it. But hugging your child is as important as giving him meals, and at times even more important!

A hug for everyday: You don’t have to look for a reason to hug your child. Don’t wait till your child’s birthday or till he scores good marks or gets home a trophy. Hug him even when there is no reason. For no reason can be bigger than love.

A hug for every age: Where chubby little children get kisses and hugs like their daily dose of milk, it’s when children grow up parents think may be it’s alright to skip hugs from the routine. But children need and love hugs, at all age.

A hug for confidence: Your child will feel wanted, cherished, and important whenever you hug him. This kind of expression of love by parents adds to the child’s confidence and self esteem.

A hug for misunderstandings: When things go wrong, a hug can say more than a thousand words. This heart to heart non- verbal form of communication always works and is never misunderstood.

A hug for love: Cuddle your child, embrace him in your arms to show your love without having to say ‘I love you’. Your child will also learn to express his love and develop a loving and caring nature. When you love your child so much, you might as well express it too!

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As an educationist, she has single-handedly revolutionized pre-school education. Her thoughts have inspired parents and teachers to look at early childhood education from a new perspective. Her emphasis on overall development of child and not just academics has opened new window for tiny tots to blossom into extraordinary beings. Now this visionary has set her eyes to transform formal education system through Presidium, a proposed senior secondary school.

As an expert on parenting, she has given parenting its due importance and popularity. She conducts seminars and orientations regularly to guide parents about positive parenting. Her mission to transform parenting does not limit to a few thousand parents whose children pass out of various branches of Mother’s Pride but millions of parents across the country through her publications in leading newspapers and magazines. As a social activist, Sudha Gupta’s concern for the society and country is evident not only in her writing, but takes practical shape in the form of a NGO called Sparsh.

Sparsh has so far reached out to millions of poor, needy, mentally and physically challenged children as well as generous contributions have been made as aid to families of Kargil martyrs and Tsunami victims.

In just a few years, Mrs. Gupta has achieved more than what would ordinarily take a lifetime.

Mother’s Pride is headed by the renowned educationist and sought after parenting expert Mrs. Sudha Gupta. Her vision encompasses not only children but parents, teachers and the society on the whole.

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