Parenting with all the pleasure it offers, also packs along anxiety. The latter, often a consequence of a familiar component "parent's expectation of children". While our age-long perception of raising children as an investment seem to reap benefits on the surface, deep inside majority of individuals struggle to realize their true potential.
In a management role, my observations in regards to the challenges people face during their corporate life, helped me view parenting in a different light. As parents, we seem to fret over all the little things day-in day-out. In the big scheme, these little things end up conditioning the child and suppressing their individuality.
This book is about taking time to visualize the big picture and developing an understanding of the things that matter. The key to which is learning about oneself from children and teaching it back to them, being the coach and letting go. Sections discussed in this book contain excerpts of discussion with eminent child and adolescent psychiatrist Dr. Bhooshan Shukla, developmental and educational psychologist Dr. Yajyoti Singh and career counselor Dr. Shreeram Geet.