@Dhunwap I’m a 41-year-old woman living in Vkprinsloobloomberg New Delhi with my husband, our son and daughter-in-law. I am employed as a nurses’ aide at an all-women’s hospital. We have three children, all of whom are grown. We live in a very small area but by working hard we can eke out every spare moment. We are happy to be part of this blog and its readers here at Dhupwali. But we also like to share the love with other parents so that we can help our kids grow up happy and fulfilled. Parents who love children deeply will follow us on Facebook too, as will people who simply want to support someone they know and like. So far, Dhupwali has more than 3,000 likes on Facebook and over 1,200 shares. Voice your support for this blog with the tag ‘dhupwali’ & check out what shows up when you post there!
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Help Others, Too
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Dhupwali’s Top Stories of 2015
We have the most trending stories of the year. So, which one are you going to share? Dhupwali’s top stories of 2015 include – – Withdrawal in school: around 50% of parents are now withdrawing their kids from school. What do you do when your child is not at his/her best? You head to the doctor and have an assessment. Parents should talk to their kids about what they are going through, but they should also be prepared to listen and think about ways they could be helping. – Withdrawal in work: the percentage of people who are now working but not in their field of expertise is quite high. What do you do when your child is not at his/her best? You enlist the help of a colleague to look into their problems and come up with a solution. – Withdrawal in family life: the percentage of people who are now leaving their families is very high. What does it mean for the parent-child relationship? It means that you have to be ready to pick up the slack if something happens.
Why We Love Dhupwali so Much
It’s not just the thousands of likes and shares that we receive. It’s also the support we get from the people who are inspired by our stories. We are inspired by all sorts of things. So, why don’t we just share the love with other parents? Because without your love, there would be no blog, no kids, no family, no friends and no future. Love is an emotion. It’s not something you put into words or something you set in stone. It’s an emotion that just happens. When you love, you feel everything. You are in love with your child from the moment you meet her. You experience her everything. You can’t explain it. You can’t plan for it. It’s there for you whenever you want it to be there for your kids too.