IAS Divya Mittal shares some tips

IAS Divya Mittal shares some tips about parenting children 
Recently, an IAS officer named Divya Mittal has shared some parenting tips. These parenting tips of Divya Mittal can prove to be very beneficial for new parents. So if you are also confused about how to do proper parenting of children, then these tips of Divya Mittal can be very useful for you.

Raising children is one of the hardest things in the world. For a child, parents are their first teachers. Parents raise children and guide them. Parenting is a process through which you make your child a better person.  

But many times parents are not able to guess what is right for their children and what is not. Sometimes the things that parents think are right, they actually prove to be bad for the children. Just as children learn things by watching other children, in the same way parents also learn things by watching other parents.

Recently, an IAS officer named Divya Mittal has shared some parenting tips. Divya has told how her parents raised her and now how she takes inspiration from her mother and parenting her children. Let's know parenting tips of Divya Mittal which can help you too.

IAS officer Divya Mittal shared a post on social media saying that she has two daughters and she is going to share some parenting tips that she has learned from her mother. Divya told how her mother raised three children. All three children did IIT and then IIM and now all three are doing very well in their respective lives.

After this Divya shared some of her tips. Sharing the first tip regarding parenting, Divya said that first of all you need to tell your children that they can do any work. Tell this thing to your child again and again so that they start trusting it. This trust will determine their fate.

Sharing another tip, Divya said, "Let your kids fall. Let them jump, play, let them fall and get hurt. You don't need to jump along with the kids to save them from falling." From this, they will be able to learn this thing that after losing, they have to get up and move forward.
Sharing the third tip, Divya told that let the children take part in any competition. They won't win every time in a competition but they will be comfortable with failures. Fear of failure is the biggest obstacle in the way of success.


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