As we saw in the earlier posts, contrary to conventional thought, competitiveness isn’t strategically as advantageous in the present times for both kids and adults. Continue reading “Competitive Child or Uncompetitive Child (4) – How to raise an uncompetitive child?”
Just imagine, the business of competition on which we are not able to get a handle on in are late twenties, thirties, forties or fifties, we expect our children to get hold of it by the time they hit early twenties Continue reading “Competitive Child or Uncompetitive Child (3) – What are children’s going through”
This is the second part about pros and cons of competition in children’s life . Before reading on you might like to read the Part 1.
In the name of ‘Life’ being a Competition, to strengthen us to face the challenges ahead we were introduced to healthy competition in childhood. But in the naïve innocence or ignorance, whatever we call it, we crossed the vague line and became addicted to it, eventually harming ourselves. Continue reading “Competitive Child or Uncompetitive Child (2) – Pros and Cons”
After writing the blog posts on ‘Is Life really a Competition?’, I realized that ‘Life a Competition’ is a paranoid delusion straining mind and body, so I finally signed off from it. As I breathed a sigh of relief, the next moment the thought that blew my mind was ‘How to raise an uncompetitive child in this so-called competitive world?’
As I always like to emphasis that we should analyze the Why aspect before the How aspect. Continue reading “Competitive Child or Uncompetitive Child (1)”
In the process of reviving life, I came across a profound realization: ‘Being busy unceasingly’ is simply ‘being unhealthy and disorganized’.
Organizing the mundane task and taking a different approach, has not only given me more time to share a laugh, pain and truth with my loved ones, but also I feel dramatic improvements in the sense of my well-being. Continue reading “‘Being busy unceasingly’ is simply ‘being unhealthy and disorganized’”