Parenting - Behaviour | 0-18 yrs

7 Teenage Sins

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Life is about making the right choices and taking the right decisions. But due to inexperience or lack of guidance or bad attitude, many teenagers develop the wrong habits which impedes their progress. While it’s easy to go down the wrong path, arresting the slide and turning back isn’t.

Our ClipBook tells your about seven teenage sins that your teen should never fall prey to.

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1. Teenage Sins: Pride

In a certain village there lived ten cloth merchants, who always went about together. Once upon a time they had travelled far afield, and were returning home with a great deal of money which they had obtained...

2. Teenage Sins: Lethargy

Is your teenage child forever lounging on the couch? Do you find the need to constantly nag him to complete a task? Are your child’s off-days increasingly turning into movie-marathon and social networking...

3. Teenage Sins: Greed

Mahatma Gandhi once said, “The world has enough for everyone’s needs, but not for everyone’s greed.” Although this was said several years ago, its importance is more valid today than it was then...

4. Teenage Sins: Gluttony

Is your teen almost always munching on something? Do you find him making too many visits to the kitchen? Do you see a gradual journey towards obesity? If the answer to all of the above is yes, then...

5. Teenage Sins: Lust

When 15-year-old Kavya’s (name changed) parents found out about her physical relationship with a boy two years her senior, all hell broke loose. Kavya was monitored on her way to school and back, and her...

6. Teenage Sins: Rage

There was a time when "all the rage" meant being up-to-date in fashion or knowing the latest dance step. Now, it can only refer to a raging anger bubbling just below the surface, waiting for someone to come...

7. Teenage Sins: Jealousy

More than 2000 years ago Saint Thiruvalluvar, in his moral code, Thirukkural, has pointed out that many purposelessly give room to envious thoughts which only cause pain to themselves, without achieving...

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