#BlogchatterA2Z R what to and what not to teach your toddler

Happy morning Folks. R is the eighteenth alphabet which means we still have a few more days to finish this exciting contest. Traits in R range from reliable to respectable. Let’s take a look at what to and what not to teach.

What to teach

Reliable – A person is termed reliable when they’re good in work quality consistently. They’re trustworthy and well behaved. They can be completely dependable and capable of being trusted.

Respectful – A person is termed respectful when they earn the admiration for the way they behave. They keep calm, listen well ,help others and don’t make any excuses.

Responsible – A person who consciously makes decisions, and are willing to accept consequences of their actions are termed responsible. It makes their life much better and helps in boosting self-esteem.

Relaxed– A person is termed relaxed when they’re free from anxiety. Such people are known to be happier and confident. They’re stress free and lead a calm and serene lifestyle.

Realist – A person is termed a realist when they accept situations as it is. They deal with challenges practically. This helps them tackle emergency situations and be independent.

What not to teach

Restless – A person is termed to have restless behaviour when they are anxious or bored. They exhibit uneasiness in remaining relaxed. Such people lack concentration.

Rambunctious – This could mean the person is uncontrollable and boisterous as I described in B. They are very noisy and really hard to control.

Revengeful – A person is termed revengeful when they are very eager to take revenge. They are usually stressed and keep thinking of plotting revenge. They cannot concentrate on anything else rather than taking revenge.

Rude – A person is termed to be rude when they are bad mannered. They are usually hurtful and not known to be polite. They are usually frustrated which asked them react in such a way.

That’s all for the traits in R, feel free to add any left in comments. See you tomorrow.

Review of A girl to remember

BLURB:

In every angel a demon hides, And in every demon, an angel strides. Neel is a self-proclaimed demon, a slave to his desires, putting at stake even the purest of relationships for it. He lives for himself, takes life as it comes, and considers people who love as emotional fools. When he first sets his eyes on his new landlady, a widow who is eleven years elder to him, all he can see is an opportunity. He has a plan to get rich and is working hard to achieve it, until he bumps into Pihu. She is an immature teenager who likes Neel for no apparent reason, and blindly believes that he is an angel who will take away all her life’s troubles. Neel hates Pihu for her unexplained obsession, and her being a hindrance in his plan, but her firm resolve to see a good person in him shakes Neel to the core. Will Pihu make a difference? Does inner transformation come to a man who has gone to a point of no return? A Girl to Remember is an emotional roller coaster which will make you believe that confession is the best punishment.

MY REVIEW:

Human mind works in such a way that it can make you seem like an angel one time and a devil at another time.

A girl to remember is one such book that portrays the life of Pihu, an innocent girl who awaits an angelic appearance to make things right in her life.

Neel on the other hand is a teacher at one of the reputed institutions in Pune. Due to his strange actions he losses job and his accommodation at the hostel is at stake.

Pihu who is kind of obsessed with Neel, that she offers accommodation. Neel gets to know Annu( Pihu’s mom) in this situation and he immediately makes a plan. He tries to trap Annu through PIhu to get hold of the property owned by her. He uses Pihu as the trump card. But Pihu continues to see him as the angel or the savior for whom she’s been waiting for long. Annu also is aware of Neel’s activities and his past record.

But what makes both of them agree to let Neel stay? What was the incident that costed Neel his job? Why is he doing all this is the rest of the story.

The three main characters- Neel, Pihu and Annu are portrayed very well. Neel is shown as a demon whose desire is only money and fantasizes women. He would use any person as an opportunity to get what he wants.

Pihu is an innocent and immature teenager. Annu who lost her husband at young age, has overcome a lot of difficulties with strong perseveration and has a determined attitude.

The style of writing is simple and lucid. Love, confession, responsibilities, realizations are all notable elements in this plot. The twists are unimaginable and are brought out in a way that makes the book a quick page turner.

BOOK DETAILS:

  • Paperback:224 pages
  • Publisher:Srishti Publishers & Distributors; First edition (28 September 2018)
  • Language:English
  • ISBN-10:9789387022393
  • ISBN-13:978-9387022393
  • ASIN:9387022390

MY RATINGS:

Cover: 4/5

Title: 4/5

plot: 4/5

Writing and Presentation: 4/5

Overall: 4/5

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Ajay K Pandey has touched the lives of many with his writing, and continues to write stories of love that change lives. His bestselling books You Are the Best Wife and Her Last Wish have been on top of various bestseller charts, and explore the depths to which a heart can go for love.