By Loya Agarwala
A faculty Counsellor’s Diary goals to bridge the distance within the glossy Indian parent-adolescent courting. aimed toward mom and dad, and written in an easy-to-understand variety, with various reallife examples, this booklet illustrates the real difficulties confronted by way of glossy teens within the lecture room, family members sphere, and wider global. awarded via thirty-four case reviews spanning quite a lot of difficulties confronted by means of the recent iteration, the e-book comprises seldomspoken- approximately matters resembling masturbation, homosexuality, sexual abuse, self-cutting or even tried suicide. a faculty Counsellor’s Diary publications mom and dad in the direction of presenting the talents and self belief that youth have to defend themselves within the new international. each one bankruptcy lightly eases the reader right into a new factor via anecdotes, tales, or even technical wisdom offered in an easy-to-understand means. as soon as the reader is aware the subject, a number of case reviews are reproduced as though the writer and the reader are sharing a talk over espresso. Written within the first individual, the debts are refreshingly compelling simply because they're provided as sincere, easy-toread conversational transcripts as they occurred with out the frills of text-bookish or technical language. They express the ache in the back of a number of difficulties, their manifestation, and eventually, how the matter was once solved/handled via weeks or months of counselling. every one bankruptcy ends with a listing of purple flags to observe out for, and attainable classes of motion to stick with in case of difficulties. seeing that there's no ‘preaching’ narrative or ‘one-size-fits-all’ strategies, it really is was hoping that discerning mom and dad will use the booklet to appreciate the pitfalls dealing with their children and start up a greater connection.
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