Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Are you a role model to your teen son and daughter? For all parents who care for their children.

Are you a role model to your teen son and daughter? For all parents who care for their children.

Every father and mother, please introspect and explore: Are you worth as a role model to your own son/daughter?
Every son and daughter is learning 24X7 from you (mother as well as father) mainly, even though you think that they are not looking at your behaviour, they are not feeling the way you are. holding each responsibilities in every relationship.

It is a silent training by observing what their parents are doing. The moral values come from parents practicing and not preaching. If you are smoking in front of your child, it will difficult to say to NO for SMOKING. If you are abusing others in front of them, they will learn from you. If you care and help and love, they will learn from you. Few lines from a son/daughter for the good parents are written as under:

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I saw you take care of the house and everyone in it
and I learned to take care and live life for others.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I saw you working on holidays for all
and I learned that the little money can be the special things in others’ life.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I saw you skip a meal and go hungry,
and I learned that we all have to feed each other.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I saw you give your time to help underprivileged people
and I learned that those who have something, should give to those who don't.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I saw how you handled your responsibilities, even when you fell sick
and I learned that I would have support now as you grow old.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I saw tears come from your eyes
and I learned that sometimes things hurt, but it's alright to cry.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I saw you in pain and keep silence to yourself
and I wanted to be everything that I could be to you.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I learned your feet walked and travelled a lot
And now I wanted to massage your feet to give rest.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I looked you down with headache and depression,
And now I wanted to give oil massage to your hair and head.

When you thought, I was not knowing,
I saw you murmuring a silent prayer,
and I knew there is a BHAGWANji one could always talk to and trust.

'Thanks for all the things I saw, when you thought I wasn't feeling.'

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Why females want to show their body? How to stop daughter to wear such clothes?

Why females want to show their body? How to stop daughter to wear such clothes?

Recently my wife purchased an issue of “WOMEN’s ERA” magazine. I could not understand a female magazine has to show half naked picture of a lady on its cover page to sell it..... Is it that the target readers of WOMEN's ERA magazine as name suggests are WOMEN or now that is changed to MEN?
We could not even keep it on drawing room teepoy with its front cover upside. We had to keep under another magazine. Even while going in train we had kept it with back cover on top view.
Why the so called female activist do not protest on such media, which are projecting women in this way. Many advertisement or TV show generally use woman body to promote their products or services. Is it this attitude acceptable to Indian woman?

I am yet to understand why females now compete to show their body maximum day by day in the name of fashion or glamour or in thing.

Today many parents have very difficult time to allow their daughters to wear low waist jeans and spaghetti or sleeve less top showing belly button and cleavage and panty and bra. To show Bra strap has become fashion now. Even PLASTICS strap which are not good for skin and health are being easily accepted by teenage and young daughters. White cotton bra and straps are not so liked by them, which are good for skin. Even tight innerwears and jeans obstruct the blood circulation when you wear for longer time. Bra selection is another issue parents should discuss with daughter. Fancy and colorful may be avoided to protect skin. It has become now fashion to show the innerwears to public.

Saying NO to such fashion to the own daughter creates HUNGAMA in family. Daughters are not ready to understand that why they should not show their skin to public eyes. The personality of daughter has become so cheap that to get attraction and attention of boys and others they are now in competition to show more and more of flash. Knowlegdge, Education and Communication skills have taken backstage..

There is a need on parents, teachers and society to impart moral values education to our sons and daughters. Parents will also have to understand this new generation demand on such issues. Because it is a fashion and other girls are wearing, why should I not wear? will have to be answered. It will require a true friendship between parents and their sons / daughters.
Where will this end............

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Monday, November 15, 2010

Are you getting enough sleep? Correct sleeping postures??

Are you getting enough sleep? Correct postures??

If possible average 8 hours in a 24 hours should be allocated to sleep for better Body & Mind healthcare. The current generation is facing acute competition in professional life and for survival. Most of the Corporate have forgotten D (Development) of HRD, only act on HR only. Corporate are no longer bother about employees’ hours for family and sleep and other social chores. The icons of industry feel proud by working 12 to 16 hours themselves and force their subordinate too. Where they need additional manpower, corporate takes extra hours of work from the same employee luring with higher pay package or overtime.
Such demand of work changes lifestyle and result into wrong habits for sleep and eat. You may be one of the affected people not sleeping properly, but the body needs rest and so it goes to sleep anywhere in any position.
Sleep postures should be most comfortable so that body and mind can relax. Savasan is a YOGA position to rest after doing exercise gives complete relaxation to complete body. Savasan can be learnt and practiced as life style sleeping posture. The best way to sleep or rest on solid surface in SAVASAN, which will keep the vertebra in a straight position. It will also increase height.

Many person have habits of keeping two to three pillows around the body, this is a wrong habit. Generally persons sleep sideways in the night. Many students fall asleep while studying and reading. They sleep in difficult postures. Many teens have habit of holding toy or pillow in hands, it gives them emotional satisfaction of holding someone and feel secure and safe. Resting with pillow in different position may sometimes creates pain in neck and back and muscles.
Afternoon short nap is very common in Indian households and business communities. It recharges the body again.
A high stress and strain put the generation in awkward situation and forget urinating before sleep. Bed wetting or urinating while sleeping becomes emotional disorder. Work pressure puts you to sleep in any position anywhere, be it 3 seater sofa or even single seat sofa or in a chair. Sitting with LAPTOP or books on the bed for study creates wrong postures of legs. It is better to use chair and table for study

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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

" I'm not Twenty Four...I've Been Nineteen for five years..." by Sachin Garg.

Sachin Garg has come with a story that is working like a glue and you will stick to it till the End. "I'm not Twenty Four...I've Been Nineteen for five years..." is story of Saumya, whose name is so genderfree, that people think that she is a boy. After completing his MBA from MDI when she joins The Lala Steel at Toranagallu, she never thought that her life will be going to change so drastically.
How A Delhite girl survived in small town of karnatka? How She meet an Indian Hippie, Subhro and fall in love with him? How she reacted when she canme to know that Subhro is a IIMC graduate (me Too) and living a life of a traveler? All the drama and plot of the story keep You attached till the last page.

Go and read this work by Sachin.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

How To Self Examine the Breasts to detect cyst or cancer?

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How To Self Examine Your Breasts?

Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women, accounting for over 30 percent of all cancers women get. Early detection is essential for best treatment and regular mammograms after age 40 plus clinical breast exams (CBE) in the 20s and 30s at least every three years by a health professional, and annually after 40, are the keys to early detection.
Why Examine Your Breasts?
The American Cancer Society recommends that all young women over 20 be advised about the benefits and limitations of breast self examination and be told of the value of breast awareness so they can report any changes to their doctors. Some women can become “stressed” about doing the exam “right” or finding something actually normal, which has become a concern about BSE. It is very unlikely that a teenage girl will develop breast cancer.
So why examine your breasts?
Many adolescent specialists feel it’s appropriate to teach BSE to interested adolescents. First, adolescent girls need to discover what their breast tissue normally looks and feels like so that any changes will be easier to detect in the future. Second, breast self-exams can be an important health habit to learn and a wonderful way a teenage girl can begin taking care of herself and reduce later anxiety. In addition, there may be noncancerous breast problems that teen girls will be able to detect by doing breast self-exam, such as infections, cysts, unusual pain or irritation from sport activities.
When to Examine Your Breasts
The best time to do a breast self-exam is during the week after your menstrual period when the breasts are usually less tender or swollen. If your periods are irregular, then you should choose a day of each month (on the day that matches your birthday, for example) and do the exam each month on that day. While doing a breast self-exam, you should remember that it is normal to have some lumpiness or thickening in the breasts, especially during the adolescent years. It’s fine to do the exam regularly or just occasionally.
How to Examine Your Breasts (Courtesy of the American Cancer Society)
Lie down and place your right arm behind your head.
Use the finger pads (where fingerprints are taken) of the 3 middle fingers on your left hand to feel for lumps in the right breast. Use small, dime-sized circular motions of the finger pads to feel the breast tissue.
Use 3 different levels of pressure to feel all the breast tissue. Light pressure is needed to feel the tissue closest to the skin; medium pressure to feel a little deeper; and firm pressure to feel the tissue closest to the chest and ribs. It is normal to feel a firm ridge in the lower curve of each breast, but you should tell your doctor if you feel anything else out of the ordinary.
Move around the breast in an up and down pattern starting at an imaginary line drawn straight down your side from the underarm and moving across the breast to the middle of the chest bone (breastbone). Be sure to check the entire breast area going down until you feel only ribs and up to the neck or collar bone. There is some evidence to suggest that the up-and-down pattern (sometimes called the vertical pattern) is the most effective pattern for covering the entire breast, without missing any breast tissue.
Repeat the exam on your left breast, putting your left arm behind your head and using the finger pads of your right hand to do the exam.
While standing in front of a mirror with your hands pressing firmly down on your hips, look at your breasts for any changes of size, shape, contour, or dimpling, or redness or scaliness of the nipple or breast skin. (The pressing down on the hips position contracts the chest wall muscles and enhances any breast changes.)
Examine each underarm while sitting up or standing and with your arm only slightly raised so you can easily feel for lumps in this area.(Raising your arm straight up tightens the tissue in this area and makes it harder to examine).
The purpose of breast self-exam is to learn what is normal and notice any changes that occur. Report any changes or concerns to your doctor. Since breast cancer may be successfully treated if discovered and treated early, delaying the diagnosis of breast cancer does not change the diagnosis, it only worsens the outcome.

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Why it always happens to me ....?????????

Emotional ups and down in the life of any person throughout the life are expected. This are more prominent during puberty, teenage, adolescence. feamales also have more so during menopause.

One get the feeling that on one understands me!! Even in a crowd, with the presence of lot of persons around, one feels lonely at heart. Friends are enjoying the events and festivals, but here the silent cry goes on. Like to be left alone. But again like to someone. Some friend. Some close one. Some one who can understand my feelings.

May be parents and family relationships help in such trauma. Interactions are necessary. Communications are the need of the hour. do not close the doors literally as well as emotionally, otherwise it may lead you to depression and sucidal symptome in extreme case. Come for counseling and discuss the problem. Life is beautiful, but one should have eyes to see it. there are many others who are more deprived and unhappy and underprivileged and hungry and still surviving.
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