Saif-Ul-Wahab Ansari sharing his views on Iqbal Day 2022 | Stockholm | Iqbal Academy Scandinavia

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    shahzad-ansari

    Published on Dec 03, 2022
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    As a parent, it is natural to want the best for your children. And what could be better than seeing them follow in your footsteps? Iqbal Day is an annual event celebrating the life and work of eastern philosopher and poet Muhammad Iqbal. It is celebrated in many countries around the world, including Sweden. Last year, I had the honor of giving a speech at the Iqbal Day event in Stockholm. This year, my son made me proud by giving his own speech at the event.

    Iqbal Day Stockholm, Sweden

    Hearing him express his thoughts on Iqbal and his philosophy was a truly special moment for me. It was also a chance for me to get to know my son a little better and understand his thinking. Parenting is one of the most difficult tasks in life, but I am grateful to have a partner like my wife @nazneen-ansari who helps me raise our children to be happy and successful adults.

    As always, the audience at the conference praised the children and some women asked to my wife the secret of upbringing of children.

    There is no one rule for parenting that applies to every child, because every child is different. This is something that we have learned from raising my three kids. My two sons and daughter have all been raised in the same environment, with the same values and beliefs, but they have each developed their own interests, goals, and ways of thinking. The one thing that they all have in common is love.

    my wife and I had set some parenting goals before we had children. We will do our best to prepare our child for the future.

    So how do you raise three different children who all have different needs?

    Here are some tips:

    1. Be flexible and adaptable. Every child is different, so you will need to be flexible in your parenting style. What works for one child may not work for another. Be willing to try different approaches and adjust as needed.

    2. Communicate with your children. Talk to your children and ask them what they want and need from you. Listen to their concerns and ideas. This will help you better understand them as individuals.

    3. Encourage individuality. Help your children develop their own unique talents and interests. Encourage them to be themselves and don’t try to force them into a mold. let them know it’s okay to be different.

    4. Don’t compare your children to each other or to other kids. Comparisons can be damaging to a child’s self-esteem. Focus on each child’s individual strengths and weaknesses, and praise them for their accomplishments – big or small.

    Confession

    I have a lot to talk about on this topic. And I will definitely share it with you friends in my next post. But I am not an expert on it. Rather, let me confess one thing that I have been called to the Swedish Child Protection Department due to a complaint. I will share this entire incident in my blog soon.


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