Encore Episode: Showing Love to Your Children

From the Show: Healthy Children
Summary: Simple tips to show your children that you love them on Valentine's Day and beyond.
Air Date: 2/4/20
Duration: 14:56
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Naveen Mehrotra, MD, FAAP, AAP
naveen mehrotraDr. Naveen Mehrotra is a pediatrician in private practice. Dr. Mehrotra completed his medical training from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and his Pediatric training at the University of Chicago.

Practicing in Central New Jersey with one of the highest concentrations of South Asians, Dr. Mehrotra is dedicated to improving the health of South Asian immigrants. With a lack of awareness in areas such as disease prevention within the community, Dr. Mehrotra helped found the Shri Krishna Nidhi (SKN) Foundation, a community based non-profit organization to address these needs at a grassroots level which has a mission to promote well being through community based education. SKN believes that proper physical health, spiritual, and cultural health all lead to a person’s well-being.

Projects of the SKN Foundation help to further this mission. To help achieve these educational goals, the Foundation also propagates scholarship programs based on merit and need.

Dr. Mehrotra had also been a key person in the founding of the South Asian Total Health Initiative (SATHI), a research and education based initiative at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School where he is also a volunteer faculty.
Encore Episode: Showing Love to Your Children
It seems straightforward to show love to your kids. But, every parent and every child is different.

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First, your words have an impact. Sarcasm and mocking can be upsetting to your child. Be positive and find kinder ways to communicate that don’t make your child feel inferior.

Second, express gratitude and respect for your child. “Please,” “thank you” and “you’re welcome” are important phrases for communication. They may just help you get that smart device set aside for family time by respectfully making requests.

Additionally, hugging is important. They’re great for expressing love and encourage physical closeness. Hugs can be calming for parent and child alike.

Schedule family times and be sure to keep them. Give your children the time they need. You’re cultivating the way they succeed in their future relationships.

Listen as Dr. Naveen Mehrotra joins Melanie Cole, MS, to share how you can demonstrate your love for your child.

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