अकसर माएं बच्चों की जरूरी चीजें या तो उनकी अलमारी में खुद रखती हैं या फिर अपने पास अलमारी में अरेंज करके रखती है। उन्हें ये डर रहता है कि कहीं बच्चे चीजों के खो न दें। लेकिन ऐसा करना गलत है। अगर शुरुआत में ही बच्चे अपनी चीजें खुद संभाल कर रखें। ऐसी करने से आगे चलकर उन्हें परेशानी नहीं होती है। ऐसे में बच्चों को सही ढंग से चीजें व्यवस्थित रखने की शिक्षा देना माता-पिता का ही फर्ज है। आप अपने बच्चों को उनकी अलमारी दें और उन्हें बताएं कि कपड़े, जूते, एक्सेसरीज आदि को कैसे संभालकर और अरेंज करके रखें।
Mathrani’s comments are yet another reminder that the pandemic shutdown has been devastating for women, throwing into high relief just how inhospitable and precarious the workplace can be for caretakers. Faced with the impossible task of handling the majority of childcare and homeschooling, 4.2 million women dropped out of the labor force from February 2020 to April 2020—and nearly 2 million still haven’t returned. Oxfam calculates that women globally lost a breathtaking $800 billion in income in 2020. Women’s progress in terms of U.S. workforce participation has been set back by more than three decades.
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