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    CONTEST ALERT - Favourite Moment with your Teen Contest

    Preteens and Teens

    CONTEST ALERT - Favourite Moment with your Teen Contest

    Unforgettable moments with your teen - moments that left you smiling, laughing and asking for more! Share with us some of those favourite moments...Top entries win gift vouchers worth up to Rs. 5,000! Contest closes on 31st January 2020. TERMS & CONDITIONS: 1. Send original entries only. 2. It is deemed that participants are responsible/liable for the photos/ content that they post. 3. ParentCircle may use the photographs for publishing purposes in the future at its discretion. 4. The decision of judges is final. ... more

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    Nidhi agrawal Jan 28 2020

    My two younger sons, at the time aged 17 and 16 had been suspended/dropped out of school. They had had enough of dealing with disrespectful teachers and administrators telling them that they were worthless and would never amount to anything. How do these types end up teaching our children anyway?
    I have wonderful children. I brought them up to be themselves, to think for themselves and to be responsible for their choices. They also were brought up to know that I would support them in their choices no matter what those choices are.
    When they were suspended they had a restraining order to keep them off of school grounds. But, they went one day to pick up their sister at the school and while there they were discovered and ended up having to go to court.
    As I sat between them, before the judge, I experienced my proudest moment ever. As the judge expounded and reiterated to them over and over, the importance of a good education and the need to respect their teachers and administrators for a good five or six minutes, my middle son just calmly, whenever given the opportunity to respond, and simply stated "I understand that's how you feel your Honor but that is not how I choose to live my life." The judge eventually called my son up to the bench and with his hands, white knuckled, gripping the edge and my son's face less than a foot away once again reiterated his position to my son. And once again my son calmly stated "If that's the way you feel your Honor but that is not how I choose to live my life."
    I was so proud of my son that day. My younger son who had said nothing ended up with some community service and having to attend some counseling. But my son who had stood up for himself only a reprimand.
    One of my proudest moment with my oldest son was when he informed me of his impending divorce and the mature manner he and his soon to be ex-wife would be sharing the responsibility of my grandson. They were being very mature about it so that my grandson would not be in the middle of a battle as so often happens.
    I am always proud of my daughter who as an adolescent was an emotional geyser. Since being on her own she has matured into such a capable and responsible young woman who is putting herself through college while working a full time job.
    And I am proud of being the mother who realized before it was too late the way to nurture sovereign beings so that they might realize their full potential. Even if that is being a bum on the street or the leader of a nation.

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    Kanisha Jan 25 2020

    Teenage is an age where teenager is extremely curious to solve their queries regarding their physical and mind developmental changes but are often confused to ask their questions to adult as they fear of others reaction on their problem. While passing my teenage, my favourite moment was to talk to myself in the mirror, develop an inner personality by glowing my genuine smile. Furthermore, I use to participate in several co-curricular activities where I use to sharpen my skills. After passing my teenage when I came into adulthood stage, I use to take tution classes with my lecturership, there I met teenagers. My favourite moment with my teenage students was I being the role model to them. They wanted to have communication skills like me, they sometimes give compliment for my dressing style, my personality. Those were authentic happiness appreciated by my teenage students.

    Kavita Jan 23 2020

    One favourite moment with my teenage daughter, that i can never forget

    Board exams these days are a huge stress , not just for students, but for their parents as well...especially when it is the 1st board exam for the child..i.e. 10th std

    Right from 9th std, you see parents enrolling their children for coaching classes, spending a fortune on such coaching.

    My daughter has never taken any tuitions or classes all her life. I taught her at home till she was in primary school and later she began studying on her own. Has always been amongst the top 5 students in class.

    When she declared in 9th that she wouldn't go for classes, i was in a dilemma. No doubt i trusted her ability to do well on her own, but i was still sceptical if she will be able to manage studying by herself. She has a math phobia and i was worried if it would be a right decision to let her be away from external.coaching.

    All her friends had begun going for classes right from 9th std. She seemed to be the only child in her school, who was not doing it. Other parents were adding on to my stress, making me feel guilty for my decision, which they all presumed to be very wrong.
    9th std got over. 10th started. As the year progressed, my stress levels kept going up. Exams went by smoothly and soon it was time for the results.

    On the day of the result, we both were eager and anxious. She had been keen to get into a very reputed mumbai college in the ARTS STREAM, where the cut off percentage is as high as 95 every year.
    The results were to be declared online at 1 pm. I finished all my cooking and praying and at 1 sharp...she logged in to the board portal. She typed her roll number and password and her result popped out. It was a whopping 96 percent !
    Our joy knew no bounds. We laughed and cried and screamed with joy.
    That was the best moment i enjoyed with my teenager.
    A moment of pride, appreciation and gratitude to God, for blessing me with a wonderful daughter.
    Later in the month she secured admission in her dream college with ease. Her name appeared in the top 20 on the merit list.

    Nandini aggarwal Jan 22 2020

    #favouritemomentwithyourteencontest my memorable moment when my doll help a kid of my maid. When the birthday of my maid 'kid (parul) she given a new dress as well as made a beautiful hand made greeting for her .my maid feel with tears happily say your doll heart is made of gold.

    Kavita Jan 22 2020

    Anil jaswal Jan 21 2020

    There were a time when we were a joint family. We were three brothers and eldest one was married. He had two lovely kids. Being in a joint family, on the other hand I was free so i use to spend most of the time with them. No doubt they were very sincere and hardworking too. But their were moments which leaves a mark in your mind. I remember it was a time of basant panchami, all the teenagers were involved in a kite flying. Everyone tries cut the manjha of other kite and than snatch the kite after being cut. So my eldest nephew cut the manjha of someone's kite and he saw it where that kit is falling. So he got hold of that kite and ran fast to reach immediately home. So that the kite owner might not come and lay claim on the kite. Suddenly I found four five teenagers of the villager came inside the house and started demanding their kite back. But my nephew was admanant, he said come what may, I will not give the kite back. Suddenly my mother intervened and told my nephew to hand over the kite to them. But he was not ready and he said it's a injustice. But after her and my pursuation he agree on the terms that she will get him two kites of his liking from the market. Unfortunately my mother became very serious due to certain disease and doctor advised her blood transfusion. So we were looking for person who could donate blood. Everyone was very tense, suddenly younger nephew volunteered himself to donate the blood. She could be saved for a while.

    Anil jaswal Jan 22 2020

    @Anil jaswal Nicely written and a true account of your nephew . Teenagers can be adamant most of the time.

    Sayoni Mondal Jan 21 2020

    I have 3 brothers and no sister. Once we all went to village. There we planned to play a cricket game. My elder brother batted first he smashed but the bat left with him. The bat struck my youngest brother on the head. We all got frightened. We called our mother and she bandaged him. We all got together and faced the situation altogether. Always face the situation get together.

    Sayoni Mondal Jan 22 2020

    @Sayoni Mondal Wow what a unity among siblings... It's a rare virtue. You are lucky indeed.

    Deepika Sharma Jan 22 2020

    @Deepika Sharma Cute picture....Stay blessed!

    Jigna Desai Jan 22 2020

    I remember the day you were born, it was the happiest I had ever been in my life. Thank you for walking into our lives and making me the luckiest mom.I wish you all the happiness and joy my child, Here is my best moment with my Son .In Goa beach we saw that amazing & rare smile on my sons face.
    My son is the most precious gift of God to me.He is a loving son& the most gracious person I have ever seen in my life.He wants me to become a good human. That is why he always teaches me to differentiate between wrong and right.He is my best friend.I can discuss everything with him without any hesitation.Things that I fail to reveal out to my close friends, I can easily discuss them with my son..
    I thank God everyday for giving me such a loving & caring son. I also wish to see him in good health for the rest of his life ..

    Jigna Desai Jan 22 2020

    @Jigna Desai You are indeed lucky to have a son with such good virtues . Hope he makes you happy and proud in future. A true blessing indeed!!

    Shannon Almeida Jan 22 2020

    @Shannon Almeida Truly a proud moment for any parent !! The happiness that a child can bring to our lives is priceless and such moments make a lasting memory. Best wishes to your son!!