Self Assessment - Pre-Conception & Parenthood
Before planning to conceive, parents must consider the excitement as well as challenges coming their way after giving birth to a baby. This self-assessment exercise is developed to aid a couple to analyze the requirements of their involvement and contribution in upbringing a child. Every couple who wishes to go in for a baby must ideally take the benefit of this test well in advance before they plan to conceive.
Being a parent may be the most precious compliment to an individual. Parenthood is associated with the prime most and eternal responsibility of securing, nurturing, and shaping the life they have brought to this world. It must be clearly understood that upbringing a child, despite being an honor and a pleasurable experience of life, is a challenging task as well. Every couple who wishes to go in for a baby must ideally take the benefit of this test well in advance before they plan to conceive. By doing this self-assessment exercise a couple will be able to analyze all the necessary parameters of parenting, make necessary amendments wherever required, prepare themselves mentally, and will be in an ideal position to plan a baby. Ideally both the members should carry out this self-assessment on an individual basis first and then mutually discuss the outcome.
About the analysis:
-This analysis consists of questions related to the various aspects that should be taken into consideration by every newly married couple before going in for conception.
-After a successful subscription, the participants will receive a set of questions every week for the next 4 weeks. There will not be more than 15 questions per week.
-The participants are required to make use of every question to introspect and examine their current position in life on different fronts and the mental/physical/financial preparations needed to handle the additional responsibilities after a baby is born.
-Realization of the aspects that need serious attention, a major makeover, or a need to incorporate the overlooked aspects is the basic outcome from these questions.
-The participants can work out positive amendments to their approach on their own by using the realizations from this self-assessment, can take help from senior members of the family or they can call on us for further assistance/guidance.
-The participants can write or record the outcome of this self-assessment such as important realizations and the amendments to be implemented in their approach to life. They can share a copy with us for our reference and if they wish, can register with us for further customized suggestions.
-The participants should ideally select a suitable time every day when they can spend some peaceful time for themselves without any disturbance for this self-assessment.
-This self-assessment is spread over 4 weeks so that the participants can have sufficient time to examine their views and approach to life.
-Ideally both the members should carry out this self-assessment on an individual basis first and then mutually discuss the outcome.
Week 1 | Self Assessment - Preparedness
Your life is taking a turn and you need to be prepared to handle as well as enjoy the occurrences that are waiting for you.
Week 2 | Self Assessment - Importance of Good Life Habits
Your good habits or vices will be carried by your ward, make sure you present them with the right ones.
Week 3 | Self Assessment - Familial Relationship
Parents should be in sync with each other. A misunderstanding or a glitch in planning may lead to unwanted consequences.
Week 4 | Self-Assessment - Logistics of Parenthood
A well planned process will ease out the creases of emotional disorders.