Be a good enough human,
      Be a good enough parent.

My Question to Parents

Schoolbus

Are you indulging too much while parenting your kids?

I know many parents are incredibly indulgent, where the child is the centre of their universe, they’re too much obsessed with doing too much to raise good children.

Mother and Baby

Have you put off your dreams so that you could raise your child well?

Couples have ambitions about fulfilling their lives, and being parents become overwhelming for them. So, they put off their own life goals & dreams to raise perfect children.

Are you doing your best but still, feel inadequate?

I know many parents are incredibly indulgent, where the child is the centre of their universe, they’re too much obsessed with doing too much to raise good children.

Parents

 Overwhelmed by the thought of being a parent?

Couples have ambitions about fulfilling their lives, and being parents become overwhelming for them. So, they put off their own life goals & dreams to raise perfect children.

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A Revolutionary Concept - Conscious Unparenting!

The much-awaited book - (Un)Parenting by Dr Nidhi Gupta is available now!

This book is an amalgamation of self-analysis, psychological studies and observation of thousands of parents undergoing stressful parenting experiences.
 

The book - [UN]PARENTING will inspire the parents to make small changes to their parenting methods and begin connecting with their children more meaningfully and have a fulfilling life while pursuing their own dreams.

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Dr Nidhi Gupta (Author)

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What Parents Say About (Un)parenting 

Dr Astha

A must-read book

It was amazing to learn the new perspective of parenting. Wonderful book. A must read for all the parents, grandparents and educators

Good Morning.


Only last evening, I finished reading the book "(UN)PARENTING" authored by Dr. Nidhi Gupta who is a practicing Radiologist, passionate reader, writer and researcher in human mind and body. She has penned this book based on her experience as a sedulous parent and her experience of being parented by her great parents. Her own son (Dr. Mohak Gupta) is a graduate from AIIMS and is now in USA as an Internal Medicine Trainee. The author says this book is the sumtotal of her life lessons in parenting the children and being parented as a child.


I was bumfuzzled by the title of the book but after reading some pages it seemed justified with the changed times. Gone are the days when " Spare the rod and spoil the child " was reingning supreme. As we know in many countries it is crime even to beat your own child for his or her wrong doings. A neighbor can ring up the police and you will be in soup for your minacious behavior.


The author has tried to outline the newage parenting approach that brings out the absolute best in the child and the parents in the ways that one cannot imagine at first (without reading this book). As per the author we don't prepare ourselves for parenting for the new age but practice the same as we were parented. It may not now work to parent the modern generation, there is a lot of counterculture also now.
Now, when both parents are working and stressed by superergation, they feel upset to produce children and even decide to become " DINK" Double Income No Kids.

 

The skills that we need to learn are not just to enable us to handle children but to make parenting guilt free, confident and relaxed. It would be highly satisfying if we could turn parenting into a partnership or a sort of alliance and both parents and children grow together. Life is an endless journey and teaches us hard lessons.
 

She has put hard work in covering very important subjects like Personality trait of the child, The Shy Child, Defiant Child, Screen time, telling lies by children, minimalist parenting and many more like unconditional love of the mother and maternal temper.

 

Pearls in the book as discovered by me.
* Make your child a co-traveller in your journey from childhood to adulthood.
* Hugging is a handshake of hearts and it creates feelgood feelings both in you and your children.
* Junk food, inadequate sleep, no playtime, no physical exercise, unhealthy life style- all lead to poor concentration in the child.
* Children always want your undivided attention, so be with them without distraction.
* Nothing can beat the golden tradition of story telling at bed time. It stimulates child's imagination and higher thinking.
* Practice minimalistic parenting and even lifestyle. Minimalistic life style saves you from kerfuffle in the family.
* There is no perfect child and no perfect parent.
* Loving yourself and your life partner is one of the best ways to love your children.

In the end it can be said that parenting is never going to be all the sunshine and smiles howsoever practiced. Cookie-cutter parenting which means the same set of values, forced upon every generation of children with different talents and personalities despite changing times and high technology world.


Wish a lot of modern parents and Pediatricians read this book.

Dr V. K. Ahuja MD (Pediatrics)

It's great read,very useful for parents, teachers and would be parents. Very refreshing with new insights for very sought after arena of parenting. It advocates parenting from abundance, love and care . It's interesting shift from old traditional fear based parenting. Thanks Dr Nidhi for delivering wonderful material. Personal examples makes this product more relatable

Dr Jagjeet Singh MD (Pediatrics)

Dr Astha

A must-read book

It was amazing to learn the new perspective of parenting. Wonderful book. A must read for all the parents, grandparents and educators

Vineet Singla

At last, I have overcome the Confusion!

I was overwhelmed to think of becoming a parent. I am looking forward to my career. But after reading this book life has become easy and the stress of having children has settled down.

Blessed

A must-read book

 

It was amazing to learn the new perspective of parenting. Wonderful book. A must-read for all parents, grandparents, and educators.

Lohit Bansal

 A Life-saver indeed!

Dr. Nidhi Gupta's book has been the best investment I made. The knowledge she’s shared in the book is concise and relevant, the content looks very well-researched and the advice/tips are practical and doable. This book is a complete life-saver!

Surina Midha

 Highly recommended book for parents of all age groups.

Must read book for every parent of any age. excellent choice of words makes it so easy for the readers to understand and put into practice .all parents can easily relate to what the author is trying to tell us through her own experience. I am so happy to have bought this book. Thanks, dr Nidhi for this eye-opener.

Divya Chakshu Gupta

 Impactful and well conceptualised

 

Really it is a modern tool for understanding the relationship between parents and children. I think this would help us in understanding and try new things in parenting.
Highly recommended 👍

Kapil Gupta

 Powerful and impactful. Must read for today’s parents!

What I liked:
1. powerful and actionable methods
2. Very practical
3. Aim to make kids responsible, yet creative and independent.

Dr Anoop Kausal

Excellent work!

Very nice. Superb. The author must have worked very hard to pen down such a book. Wish there were more stars to be given, the sky is not enough.

Dr Naveesh Garg

 Very practical impactful book. Every parent must read it

 

Very practical approach
Very simple yet impactful
Nice approach for parent-child relationship
A good piece of work