Thursday, 7 April 2016

Suicides and Celebrations



“I don’t hate you but I would remove your life support to charge my phone.”…

This is a joke that I read in a daily newspaper that shocked me. How can someone joke about something like this? Have we lost all emotions that we just end up making everything a joke? And then it struck me that the fine lines that divide our emotions have been corroded and when there are no lines it leads to chaos. Our emotional world is in chaos, we are unable to feel, sympathize, or empathize. One of the most important things that define us from other animals is our ability to empathize and sadly today we have reached a stage where we have to help our young ones and ourselves ‘learn about empathy’.

Everything is about the latest tweet, the latest joke to share on whatsapp, joke about husbands and wives, children, political parties, our prime minister, everything can be joked about and in the same manner. So no lines again. We have forgotten how to care, respect we only know how to expect.

We don’t have emotional ties any longer. We have more than 3000 friends on Facebook, we ‘share’ with friends on whatsapp but we have actually distanced ourselves and there is no one that actually knows us, understands us, we are unable to share our true feelings with anyone.

A recent suicide again rocked this country, a young actress, just 24 years old, Pratyusha Banerjee. The young Balika Vadhu, everyone’s favorite. Abused by her boyfriend both physically and emotionally. Who was she able to reach out to? No one. Everyone knew she had problems but she was not able to get help in time. Because emotional problems are not considered a problem. We have to deal with them on our own. It’s our own private emotional sewage that has no dumping ground. We collect it and then one day drown in our own emotional sewage. That is exactly what happened with this young girl. Who was her community?

We all need a community around us, people who will know us, our nature, accept us for our good and bad and be our emotional sewage release.  But today we have distanced ourselves from our family and community and created a cloud family and community on Facebook, twitter, and whatsapp.

My blog title says suicides and celebrations because when we have nothing to celebrate we get depressed and drown in our emotional sewage. Its time we have emotional celebrations not just physical ones.  All religions have abstinence, when communities come together to feel sorrow together. Happy festivals, festivals that talk about hope, new beginnings. These are the cleansers of our emotional sewage.

Today festivals and celebrations are about hoarding, buying, showing off. Its time to revisit celebrations and festivals and understand the true meaning of each and during those times connect with your family, community and feel a oneness, a spiritual release and you will realize that you feel emotionally lighter and happier.

Gudi Padwa is celebrated as Ugadi also and it is a celebration of spring, of new beginnings, of a new harvest. Celebrate the meaning behind the festival and you will feel an emotional happiness that helps you feel free and rejuvenated. Celebrate it emotionally, not what the ads in the newspapers want you to do- buy a house, buy gold. That is materialistic celebrations. Spend time with your family and community or just yourself. What ever makes you happy. But during festivals and celebrations seek happiness, embrace it with both hands.

This Gudi Padwa start a new chapter in your lives, have a person that you can vent to, a person you can confide in, a person you can share with. This person can be your emotional buddy, this is your new beginning. An emotional buddy has to be non judgmental, so choose wisely.

We go to a doctor if we have a physical problem, we call a plumber when the water is stuck in the sink. Then  why do we feel it is bad to go to an emotional counselor? So is our smartness only limited to using smart phones but we think it is not so smart to seek help for emotional issues?

Accept that you are depressed and then take responsibility for the same and seek help before it is too late. A recent survey conducted by Podar Institute of Education revealed that 70% of all adults above the age of 15 are depressed. Think, we are living in the most successful era of the human world, we have everything at our disposal, and yet we are losing the most important battle because our emotions are not strong.

On Gudi Padwa a Gudi is hoisted outside each house as a celebration of victory. This Gudi Padwa hoist a Gudi outside your house as your emotional victory, cleanse your emotions and your house. Get rid of emotional demons to be victorious. Clean your emotional sewage so that you don’t drown in it like so many youth who are committing suicide.  Happy Gudi Padwa.



62 comments:

Deepali Wilson said...

A very heart touching blog Ma'am . Sadly this today's reality that we have distanced ourselves emotionally and are living in a world of multiple persona and we ourselves do not acknowledge our own emotions. It's time to open doors of our hearts for our family,friends and community to live a happy nd healthy life.

Senior Mentor said...

Yes,one cannot escape the emotional baggage that comes along with each ones life however rich or healthy you are, but what is important to come interms with it and have the courage to discuss it without inhibitions with the selected one in your life.
Sadly, we are headed towards a life which js just focussed towards a making a better future for oneself and our children. But what is lost is our precious today and what we bring in is worries about the futuristic future in which we have no hold and which may lead to depression too.

So yes mam, this gudi padwa...let's start living in the Now and and in turn throw away the emotional sewage that causes pain to ourself and our loved ones around us .

Prutha Doshi said...

Very truly said ma'am!

It is the time where people Facebook their problems instead of facing them.
The sad thing is people are ready to trust the face with mask and scared to trust their own family.....
On this gudi padwa one should really throw away the emotional sewage and embrace the beautiful world in an actual way...

After all, The future lies before us, like a field of fallen snow; so we should be careful how to tread it, for every step will show.

Radha Susarla said...

Very truly said ma'am
People are made to be loved and things are made to be used.The confusion in this world is that people are being used and things are being loved.


Let us not spend precious time pondering the past,leaving our old emotional baggage behind,embrace the present and let us celebrate our existence.
Happy gudi padwa.

Radha Susarla
P.J.K chinchwad.

Sarina Oberoi said...

I would say a truly sad situation and times ahead.Rising young suicide indicates how emotionally weak our young are growing up to be.Fight back and to sustain the diffcult times with tolerance is diminishing.
With the pressures of sustaining in these times we have forgotten to live our today wait and look at our loved ones with ampathy and love to know them
Lets pledge to give quality time to our near andcdear ones and lrts start from home on Gudi padwa.Happy Gudi padwa and once again thank you maam for such an amazing thought provoking article.

Supervisor Apeksha said...

Truly said Ma'am. It is important that we understand our emotions and also at the same time accept our weaknesses and ask for help from the correct source at that time. Giving up is not the solution to problems of life but the start of misery for the loved ones of the gone. Thank you Ma'am for this wonderful message on the occasion of Gudi Padva.

Curriculum Mentor said...

Suicides and celebrations ,a truly apt suject for today's youth who struggle with their emotions and live a app based life than spending time bonding with family and learning to empathise.They live in a world of instant gratification which ultimately makes life miserable for them.They live in a world of materialistic celebration and forget to live their true lives by loving themselves and the people around them.
Our youth need to learn from such blogs and understand the meaning of living life to fullest and meaningfully.
Thankyou for such a wonderful blog.

Pjk Gwalior said...

Very truly said Ma'am,even I was shocked after reading in Newspaper about this incident.I truly believe that what you said that"By changing your mind you change everything" .And today's reality is people knows the price of everything and the value of nothing.Thank you so much for sharing this article on Gudi Padwa for enlightening us and spreading the same awareness in the society which is a necessity of today.

Usha Bhagat PJK Ratlam said...

Truly said Ma'am, this is really saddening to hear the youth committing suicides because of not being able to handle their emotional situations. These days people pretend to be very social by being active on kinds of social media sites but the inner reality is everybody is alone and is not having that one person to share the emotions and feelings, that one person whom one can confide in is missing. This is a must read article for the youth and all the adults busy in their own lives to understand the importance of sharing feelings and controlling emotions. The youth these days have become very weak in terms of handling pressure and easily breaks and feels easy to end life instead of facing and being strong. As you said this Gudi Padwa all should tie the Gudi outside their houses of being strong and sharing their feelings with that one important person and living this beautiful life full of happiness and strength to handle anything whatever comes in the way.

Podar Jumbo Kids Indore 2 said...

In today's running and busy life , we have made emotions at a side and busy in earning our daily bread . We have forgotten that if we don't have time for family , friends and community and most important for ourselves , we will end up with just passing the life instead of living it at the fullest . It is high time to think and feel about it . Thank you Mam for such an emotional articles .

Pjk Ujjain said...

As soon as I saw Pratyusha's picture on a leading news channel.it was just devastating.I saw her in Bigg Boss she was childish but sensible too.what had made her done this is really a matter of concern.Just to ruin our life for such a a mean relationship is not fair at all with her family,friends and fans.No one can tell what exactly she was thinking doing that.I think if you don't like anything just let it go.Today's society just remembers a person only at the time of any gossiping incident or DEATH.Definitely she was having friends,so much friends of her industry,but she was unable to tell it to anyone.Today's world just want to listen your good thing not the bad ones.They come to you only at your good times.Depression happens with everyone but we only have to find the way to cop up with it.If you feel depression and if something you want to share with anyone go straight to the person whom you trust and tell him/her.It will work a a lot.Its better recall these things time to time,learn from these incidents,take a deep breathe and look into our lives.With this New Year and Navratri lets promise ourselves to increase our interaction with family,friends and share our views.

Tanvi Mody said...

I Miss Tanvi Mody teacher of Podar jumbo kids plus vile parle would like to thank you ma'am for sharing such an important blog with us. It's important to spend time with your family , celebrate festivals and live life happily with them. Indeed we need a emotional buddy with whom we can share our emotions.

Puja Mistry said...

Very well said ma'am...Thank you ma'am for sharing such an important blog with all of us...In today's generation there is no emotions left... Technology has made humans as their puppets...because of this people are unable to share their views and problems to thier close friends or family.... It's very important to have someone with whom you can share your problems or feelings.... I would suggest why seek help outside take help of your parents and family member they will be upset 1st but then definitely they are the once to help you out and suicide is not a solution for any problems..why end life for someone who has just come into your life for just months... Parents and family are only people who will always be there for us so lets spend time and enjoy the festival with them and make that bond so strong that you don't feel shy to share anything with them... HAPPY GUDDI PADVA...!!
Puja.Mistry,
Teacher
PJK Plus,Vile Parle.

vaishali joshi said...

Wonderful blog, family bonding is needed. It release stress and gives courage to fight against emotional illness. Thanks for sharing such important though with us. Ma'am, surely the one who reads this blog, his/her GUDI outside the house will symbolize the victory on emotional sewage. Happy Gudi Padwa!!!

jayshree shah said...

Firstly wishing you a very Happy Gudi Padwa . Ma'am i am really amaze to read your blog in this topic i am sure it will touch every heart . we dont have emotional ties any longer is matter of concern extremely beautifully explained with example of Pratyusha . A true initiative for very good cause . Thankyou for sharing with us and making us realize how important its to have emotions .

Suman Khandelwal PJK Gondia said...

That's very true Ma'am !!
When I come to know all this incident I was also shocked.It is also true that in today's running and busy life we have forgotten our family , friends and community around us. Sometimes it also happened that when we reached to home we first check our pending messages , and same time we are not bother that our family is waiting for us. Its important to spend time with our family also .Our youth must share their feelings with their family or friends, It will work a lot.It gives them strength to handle anything comes in the way. Openness is only the solution to cop up with depression.
Thank you ma'am for sharing such a heart touching article on the occasion of Gudi Padva.

PJK,Nigdi said...

Very well said Ma'am. we should not feel bad to go to an emotional counselor if needed.
Also we should understand the true meaning of festivals.

Madhavi Balchandani said...

I Ms.Madhavi Teacher at Podar jumbo kids plus ,Lanark would like to thank you to share this blog .This is must read article for the youth and all adults busy in their own life and do not share their own emotion and feelings..

Madhavi Balchandani said...

I Ms.Madhavi Teacher at Podar jumbo kids plus ,Lanark would like to thank you to share this blog .This is must read article for the youth and all adults busy in their own life and do not share their own emotion and feelings..

Jumbo Kids, Chakan said...

A very wonderful article. Life has become full of stress and we are so busy that we don't give time to our family and friends. We must share are emotions and feelings with our friends and family. Also to remove time from our busy schedule to spend with our close ones and share our feelings. Thanks ma'am for sharing the blog and happy Gudi Padwa.

pjkparbhani said...

Happy Gudi Padwa ma'am. It's always a treat to read the Kiducation blog but this time it was with very sensational topic. Everybody requires emotional support, why it should not be from parents? They must know where my child require it. It can be a hug, an eye to eye contact or guidance for any stream which is panicking to a child or any human being. We are grown up and became multi tasking creatures but at some stages we feel to get help whereas to seek we feel all alone. This loneliness creates negative thoughts because all have become busy in our own fantasy. Time spent with someone whom we can share our every tiny deeds without hesitation rejuvenate and invigorate the negativity. Celebration brings joy and belongingness. This blog is such an eye opener for the lives. I think, our Jumbo Kids children are blessed with good EQ as our teachers are trained in that way which is essential for Early Childhood years. On this auspicious occasion Gudi Padwa, you had suggested very good to all, "This Gudi Padwa hoist a Gudi outside your house as your emotional victory, cleanse your emotions and your house." Every one is expected to do so.

Baramati Pjk said...

I truly agree that people forget true spirit of celebrating festivals they forget the meaning behind celebrating festivals and that is why they are far from emotional happiness. Thank you Ma'am for sharing this blog on the occasion of Gudi Padawa.

PJK Koradi said...

Really a very sensitive, heart touching and motivational blog ma’am,
Gudi outside our house brings positive energy and happiness which is necessity of today’s
Life. Spending time with family and friends increases the same.
Very well explained by these lines that,"We go to a doctor if we have a physical problem, we call a plumber when the water is stuck in the sink. Then why do we feel it is bad to go to an emotional counselor?
we are living in the most successful era of the human world, we have everything at our disposal, and yet we are losing the most important battle because our emotions are not strong.
Too high a level of frustration can lead to anger and a sudden decision to withdraw. When there is a threat or real possibility of suicide, it is important to stay close to the individual until professional help is obtained. Suicidal individuals often try to convince others that the "worst" thing would be to let anyone know of their plight. Friends should consider the possible consequences of failing to obtain professional help. It is a sign of caring to bring a person to treatment that may alleviate suffering and save a life. It is a good idea to seek assistance well before this point is reached.
Thank you so much ma’am for sharing this blog on Gudi Padwa and spreading the awareness in the society which is a necessity of today.

Puja Supervisor said...

Truly said, it is very important to share the emotions at right time with right people with whom you can connect. Giving up is not a solution. Let us celebrate the oneness with the family and community. Happy Gudi Padwa.

Puja Supervisor said...

Truly said, it is very important to share the emotions at right time with right people with whom you can connect. Giving up is not a solution. Let us celebrate the oneness with the family and community. Happy Gudi Padwa.

PJK Patiala said...

...it is really a heart touching blog !!! Life is like a roller coaster and it certainly has its ups and downs but we have to have good connectivity with the other people too to be with us in all our extremely happy and extremely sad moments. It is a matter of great sorrow for our community that such a lovely person should die like this.

Asfia shabbir said...

Thank you maam for sharing such a wonderful blog.Neither happiness nor sadness is permanent in life it is just a temporary phase.It is very important for adults as well as teenagers to understand n face it rather than ending ones life.Wish this festival brings lots of happiness and good luck in all our lives.Happy Gudi Padwa

Jumbo kids Latur said...
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Jumbo kids Latur said...

Really true, before few months I have seen a mother, came for family function and as soon as she come in and sit she given her mobile to the child and kept him busy throughout the time she was speaking and connecting herself with all of us. A 3 year old child was busy with a phone playing game, he was not at all talking with anybody means he was not being social with any child of his age. At the same time she wanted her child to sit calmly and expecting he must not disturb her.
Being a parent if we will not teach our children to be socially connected to others how children will learn to be emotional and how they will emotionally developed? It is really depend upon today's modern parents to teach the values, emotional attachment to the next generation. Family get-together and festivals are the perfect platform to teach children togetherness, to be socially attached and even to be emotionally strong. Thank you very much ma'am for sharing your thoughts on the precious occasion.
Wish you a very happy 'Gudi Padawa'

Kalpita Bhirud said...

I Ms. Kalpita Bhirud teacher at PJK Plus Vile Parle, thank you ma'am for sharing this blog. I absolutely agree that we all need an emotional buddy with whom we can share our feelings. Now a days we feel social media is getting us closer but the fact is that we don't actually have someone to talk to us and share our emotions. Enjoying festival with our friends and relatives is important than just sending a message and wishing them. Hope this new year everyone cleans the emotional sewage and have a great life. Happy Gudi Padwa.

Mentor Frieda said...

Respected Swati Ma'am,
When we look around at the youth today, at parties, restaurants, parks, gardens or even in our own homes, we find that even though they are in a group, each one is busy on their own smart phones! Sometimes they text each other although they are in the same room. Personal contact is lost and with that the emotional support that goes with it is also lost. As a result, when faced with problems, they have no one to turn to for support and end up making wrong decisions.
I remember the good times we spent at the dining table with the family when our children were growing up. It was a time of conversations and family bonding which we don't have anymore.
I endeavour to make festivals a time for caring and sharing feelings and emotions from now on. Thank you Ma'am for this eye-opening blog and eagerly look forward to your next one.

Supervisor Jalpa said...

It is true that in today's time people are running after materialistic things. Also they flaunt the same as thier wealth and status symbol.Somewhere people fail to understand that the real strength lies in the bond between the family and loved ones which is going to matter in the end.On the occasion of Gudi Padwa which is the new beginning of the year we should aim towards strengthening our bond with our loved ones and family.
Also we should cherish each festival with its true essence by celebrating it with the traditional way and not just by having a party.

Supervisor Jalpa said...

It is true that in today's time people are running after materialistic things. Also they flaunt the same as thier wealth and status symbol.Somewhere people fail to understand that the real strength lies in the bond between the family and loved ones which is going to matter in the end.On the occasion of Gudi Padwa which is the new beginning of the year we should aim towards strengthening our bond with our loved ones and family.
Also we should cherish each festival with its true essence by celebrating it with the traditional way and not just by having a party.

nairmona38@gmail.com said...

The blog has summarised the current situation in the society very well .Its high time we move away from our world of electronic devices and start living and enjoying life per se. Connecting with people , nature, spending time with your own self and learning to look around with awareness and mind fullness can get us back to track which is nothing but a state of being joyful from within without dependence on external stimuli. Developing awareness of the miniscule role that we play in the cosmos will put us in a state of gratitude for all the opportunities that life has granted. Learning to see the big picture is a skill that we should pick up in our journey of life.

Thank you mam for bringing out this current issue on the blog.

Ms Meenakshi Nair (teacher)
Poddar Jumbo kids wagholi.

Sarita Khurana said...

I am miss Sarita Khurana teacher of Podar jumbo kids wagholi. Would like to thank you ma'am for sharing such an important blog with us. It's important to spend time with our family, celebrate festivals and live life happily with them. Family bonding is needed. It release stress and gives courage to fight against emotional illness.Its matter of great sorrow for our community that such a lovely person should die like this. Thank you ma'am for bringing out this current issue on the blog.

Leela Chamaria said...

I Ms.Leela Chamaria teacher of PodarJumbo Kids Vile Parle would like to thank you ma'am for the wonderful blog.Very truly said ma'am that emotions are just slipping away from our lives whatever the reason may be but yes it's happening.We really must have someone very close who know us in and out and we without any hesitation should feel very free and comfortable to share everything with that person or family.

Leela Chamaria said...

I Ms.Leela Chamaria teacher of PodarJumbo Kids Vile Parle would like to thank you ma'am for the wonderful blog.Very truly said ma'am that emotions are just slipping away from our lives whatever the reason may be but yes it's happening.We really must have someone very close who know us in and out and we without any hesitation should feel very free and comfortable to share everything with that person or family.

Rana said...

Happy Gudi Padwa mam , Very well said mam , today people have hundreds of friends in various social sites but very few to share their emotions.... RIP Ms Pratyusha (TV actress).... i never thought she ill take this step but this happened because she couldn't get emotional help in time.... no words to say but yeh fully agree that we all should have one person with whom we can share everything....

PJK (Wagholi )

Poonam Borade said...

I Ms. Poonam Borade teacher of PJK Plus Vile Parle would like to thank you ma'am for sharing such important blog with us. It's very necessary to share our emotions with someone.

Poonam Borade said...

I Ms. Poonam Borade teacher of PJK Plus Vile Parle would like to thank you ma'am for sharing such important blog with us. It's very necessary to share our emotions with someone.

Sunita Jadhav said...

It's unfortunate,but true ,today's youth has lost emotions because of socializingWhen someone comes to you bawling and screaming about a problem, isn't it easier (or cleaner) to comfort them by just typing a few words than putting your arm around them and being sensitive about what you say" Which is true, but isn't it also easier for the person crying and in distraught to type out their feelings then to vocalize them without fear of someone not understand the words?Its high time that we teach and train our kids to practice MINDFULNESS to simply ease out stress from their life
Sunitha Jadhav
PJK,Nashik

sejal pandya said...

A worth reading article as usual maam.Thankyou so much for this awakening article which once again reminds us to make full out of our lives.It is disheartning but true that now-a-days people have forgot the real path which leads to happiness i.e.inner peace and values which keep us binded with our families and friends.We as adults have to rise our Emotional quotient and sow the seeds of empathy,trust,positivity and ability to accept the bad phase and stand emotionally strong facing it ,in our children.
Sejal pandya
PJK,nashik.

sachin kulkarni said...

Good morning ma'am the blog shared is very touchy. Committing suicide is not a solution. We should become strong enough to face the problems in life. It is important for everyone to understand that happiness lie's within us,so y waste time in searching it outside.
Mithila
Pjk,Nashik

Tejashree Marathe said...

Thank you so much Maam to share with us such a informative article on todays life. We all are part of our soceity and community.It is true many people wants to stay alone or feels depressed beacause of lack of emotional touch. We have to share our emotions with someone whom we trust. We have to spend quality time with our family and be always happy. We have to teach our children how to be emotionally strong.
Tejashree Marathe
P J K Nashik.

Ashiwini Mungi said...

Thankyou maam for sharing this article.This is due to lack of communication between parents and friends.Emotional sharing is very important in life.We should gain faith between eachother.
Ashwini Mungi.
PJK Nashik.

Kamini Dhangar said...

I ms kamini dhangar thank you ma'am for wonderful blog sharing it. Life is full of stress. So we must share are emotions and feelings with our friends and family.
Kamini dhangar
pjk, Nashik

Rubina Khan said...

A brilliantly written article ma'am that highlights a true plight of today's weak , rather, emotionally weak youth. Instead of opting such a miserable path one has to discuss and share problems with people around to live and enjoy each and every moment of life.
Thank you ma'am.
Ms.Rubina Khan
PJK Nashik

Jayshree Nemade said...

Thank you very much ma'am for sharing such a nice blog with us. According to me, one should express his or her feelings to our near and dear ones, so that our thoughts will reach them and we may get a new way of leading a happy life. Commiting suicide is not a mere soulution.
Thanking you ma'am.
Jayshree Nemade
PJK Nashik.

Shaheen Shaikh said...

Thank you Ma'am for sharing this blog with us,it's really necessary in today's world to communicate with ur families and friends to lead a happy life,So that we don't go towards depression and lets make this world a happy and better place to live in.
Thank you Ma'am
shaheen Shaikh
PJK Nashik

Siddhi shaharkar said...

Today we are so much engrossed with our smart phones and latest technology updates that we do not have time to emote or sympathise with anybody.humans are heading towards a emotionless life. Its high time that we break free all these and spend a happy and healthy time with our loved ones
Siddhi Shaharkar
PJK,Nashik

Sunita Sharma said...

Thankyou maam for this informative article.Very true, today's youth runs towards materialistic affection and also feels proud to have so many friends on Facebook, watsapp...but really dont know,who is the one who really cares for them and can be trusted to share all emotions and feelings.We as parents should respect our kid's emotions and through more communications and interaction, can make them strong enough to deal with their emotions which will help to sort the problems todays youth face.
Sunita Sharma
PJK, Nashik

Supriya Labhade said...

Thank you ma'am for the eye opening article .Happy Gudi Padwa. It is very necessary for the youth to keep control on their emotions to avoid consiquences like suicide.
Supriya Labhade
PJK Nashik

Supriya Labhade said...

Thank you ma'am for the eye opening article .Happy Gudi Padwa. It is very necessary for the youth to keep control on their emotions to avoid consiquences like suicide.
Supriya Labhade
PJK Nashik

Kiran Gangwani said...

Its really very surprising to see the alarming rate at which todays youngsters are getting stressed.The reason behind this is uncountable....latest technology,smart phones, nuclear family.We have lost human emotions.....glued to our cellphones,we have made friens on facebook but yet remain strangers to our family and neighbours.Lets bring some changes in ourselves ,before we preach to our kids about TOGETHERNESS.
Kiran Gangawani
Pjk,Nashik

Amruta Bhure said...

Today we have no time to listen to anybodys feeling...problems are not considered problems untill and unless we personally face it. We have to show kids what family bonding means and how to handle peer pressures. Thank u ma'am for sharing a wonderful article.
Amruta bhure
PJK,Nashik

Rashmi Gawde said...

I, Mrs. Rashmi S. Gawde, teacher with Podar Jumbo Kids, Nashik would like to thank you Ma'am for reminding us about the need to share our time and emotions with our friends and family. To reconnect and share our joys and sorrows instead of letting them gnaw at us from the inside. Thank you once again for such a wonderful and timely article.
Warm regards,
Rashmi S. Gawde
Podar Jumbo Kids,
Nashik.

Jayanthi Subramanian said...

Thank you Ma'am for sharing such a valuable article with us. In today's world youth are more socializing with their friends rather than spending time with their loved ones. It is time that we start sharing our feelings with our loved ones as they are the pillars in our life instead of depending on the social media.
Ms Jayanthi Subramanian
PJK Nashik.

Jayanthi Subramanian said...

Thank you Ma'am for sharing such a valuable article with us. In today's world youth are more socializing with their friends rather than spending time with their loved ones. It is time that we start sharing our feelings with our loved ones as they are the pillars in our life instead of depending on the social media.
Ms Jayanthi Subramanian
PJK Nashik.

Rajalakshmi S said...

The nuclear family system & the Social media, the two important reason for the deterioration of emotional quotient(EQ).Also we don't have any other system to develop EQ among the kids... Kids are busy in games, television, mobiles, laptops etc...Young generations are in a competitive world to make money on a fast track mode...
In fact we are living in the manipulated world competition and emotion.

Thank you Ma'am for the timely awaken of our EQ...an eye opener...
With warm regards...

S RAJLAKSHMI
Podar Jumbo Kids...
Nashik

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shabbi shah said...

I Ms Sabina Shah teacher of PJK Plus Vile Parle would like to thank you Ma'am for sharing this blog with us. In today's world Everybody requires emotional support, it can be a hug or any guidance for any stream. Family bonding is needed so it's important to spend time with our loved ones... we should celebrate our festival also as celebration brings joy and happiness.

shabbi shah said...

I Ms Sabina Shah teacher of PJK Plus Vile Parle would like to thank you Ma'am for sharing this blog with us. In today's world Everybody requires emotional support, it can be a hug or any guidance for any stream. Family bonding is needed so it's important to spend time with our loved ones... we should celebrate our festival also as celebration brings joy and happiness.