Good habits brush your teeth twice daily exercise daily take three meals in a day. we’re clean clothes always speak the truth go to school on time finish your homework regularly respect your elders.
How can parents help kids learn to manage their anger? Start with yourself. De-Escalate. Remember that all feelings are allowed. Give your child ways to manage his angry impulses in the moment. Help your child be aware of her “warning signs.” Set limits on aggression. Don’t send a child away to “calm down” by herself.
When confronted with an abusive situation, where one or more of the “Protect Yourself Rules” come into play, we hope children will recall the “Protect Yourself Rule” icons and get away as quickly as possible. If they can’t get away, they should make a scene or defend themselves however they can. If children have evidence of abuse or if abuse happens to them, they should always tell a trusted adult as soon as they can.
People with disabilities have the same zeal and appreciation for life as the rest of us do. But they often get shunned, doubted, mocked and insulted. Access to public places and buildings is restricted and doors are closed for schooling and employment. India does not appear to be mature enough and understanding enough to recognise people with disabilities for what they are — people.