Dear parents,

As a caring parent you always put your kids’ welfare over your own, whatever the cost. Many of you have sleepless nights worrying about your child’s progress.

As a loving parent you want your kid to become an achiever in school and in life. It is your right to expect your child to do well.

It is your duty as a parent to love and care the child, but don’t over pressurize your kid.

Some parents assume that super intelligence in childhood is a key to success.

But more than three decades of research shows that an overemphasis on intellect or talent leaves people vulnerable to fear of challenges and failure.

An over protective approach may make the child ignorant of the world outside.

Let the child be a child. Let him or her enjoy his or her childhood.