This is in response to my previous post ” Zip up your tongue First”
how can we help those children??
Thinking of the solutions now …..
There can be just a few options
1. The sarcastic beings should change their attitude and mind their tongues.
(practically not possible)
2. You should change your attitude and stop being bothered by this shit.
3. If someone else is suffering from these issues then how can we help??? …We can help by uttering just a few kind words and believe me this will help allot.
The second option seems appropriate to me as we can’t change the behavior of the whole world but we have the command over ours.I have learnt doing that.It is difficult at the beginning but not impossible at all.
People may call you “Dheet” or ” Deaf” or “self-centered” or whatever but you and your closed ones know who actually you are and that’s just enough for all …
I have always worked on the third option and want the others to do the same.
In our society 3 out of every 5 children in the middle class and the lower class are suffering from these problems,inappropriate behaviors,abusive language,the taunts which are regarded as jokes by the elders,short temperament of the elders,mockery by their siblings or classmates and unnecessary snapping by one or both of the parents.
This deride and revile by a tauntress may seem inconspicuous and may be forsaken for the time being but these words have a long lasting affect.They can actually conquer a child’s mind and his activities and thinking abilities can come to a hault.
the causes,the issues,the consequences,the events and finally the conclusions; I realize that it’s actually the people’s attitude,their behavior that makes you own or disown a place
Yes … i do agree that children cannot be treated politely all the time,Parents do get provoked for their betterment.But it also true that the parents or elders spit out their frustration into a few words of contemptuousness,which they do not actually mean but those words are a great burden for a child’s innocent mind.Your one word of derision may entirely kill a kid’s self esteem.