This Independence Day, A Mother Wants Freedom
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This Independence Day, A Mother Wants Freedom

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Arushi Seth

Arushi Seth

I am a content writer by profession and a blogger by passion. Though a MBA by qualification, my most important learning come from my role of a wife and a mother. Motherhood is my new found love and I am enjoying every bit of it.

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    a very touching post.
    Freedom to speak, to be not judges, live safely, from worries, yes these are the real need of hour.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thanks. You are right these are indeed the need of the hour.

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  • Alpana Deo

    What a powerful post Arushi. Listening to them is more important than talking to them. This is so very true. As parents we think about teaching them things all the time but sometimes kids have to say so much and they want us to just listen to them.
    Talking about sexual abuse and safety of kids then yes, that’s a big concern. Not just in India but I would say everywhere. Our childhood used to be carefree. We were far away from the terms like safety. But today as parents we have to reach our kids these things early. It’s a sad truth that they have to get matured way early than their age but there is no other choice. Safety comes first.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      I agree. Safety comes first!! Hope we can bring a change.

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  • Varsha Nitin Gode

    I feel you, we are worried about our future babies from the day we got married. Be it boy or girl school have become unsafe too. I wish this stops soon and we all treat everyone equally irrespective of gender, caste, color, or creed. Well written post for the prompt dear 🙂 It is like speaking your heart out!
    #WeeklyBloghop #bloghop #GWNxMG

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thanks Varsha. Hope we can bring a change by teaching our kids the right things!!

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  • Neha Sharma

    Another fantastic post, Arushi. You have hit the right chord and I totally loved your write up. Being a mother my child’s safety is my top most concern but our kids are not safe in their own country among their own people. I hope they see a better future & we can die in peace.

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    • Arushi Seth

      Arushi Seth

      Thanks Neha for the appreciation. I hope so too. Fingers crossed!!!

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  • Ujjwal mishra

    I can relate so closely to your blog, my fears about the safety of my child was indicate my first blog.

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  • Kinshoo

    Teaching kids about good & bad touch and steps to follow in crisis situation is very important. Yes we all need to be more aware and alert too. Freedom from judgement is absolutely essential.

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