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Blooming Brains: Role of Parenting in the Millennial Age

by DR. Anitha Are

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Category : Family & Relationships

ISBN No :9788194508694

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Every parent is interested and excited in welcoming the new member to the family. In this process they have many doubts about parenting. This book will guide you in understanding the child's development from gestational period. The brain develops and blooms like a flower. Both nature and nurturance are very important for proper blooming. The tips for raising an intelligent, creative, happy and assertive child, been explained with few case studies. Some research results are been also explained to give the authentication for the issues.

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DR. Anitha Are

Dr. Anitha Are is a practicing Clinical Psychologist and consultant at renowned hospitals, medical college and educational institutions at Hyderabad. She has more than a decade experience as a trainer, speaker and leadership coach. She has conducted workshops at corporate houses like Deloitte, Novartis, Face book, IBM, MRF and police personnel. She wrote more than 25 articles for regional news papers. Her passion of writing has lead to write this book. This book is very useful to parents, expecting a new blooming brain into their world and also plays a vibrant parent role in building healthy and successful life of their child.

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