Parenting is a demanding job with a great deal of responsibility and significant stakes. Even though parenting psychology has recently gained attention, stories like Pinjra offer insightful advice for parents.
The plot centres on two opposing households: one is a liberal and progressive home for kids that, in reality, is the exact opposite of what others perceive it to be—a home of spoilt, unrestrained children—and the other is strict in terms of rules and regulations, where kids have no say in it and are viewed as being in a cage.
The drama series provides insight into various parenting philosophies and the kinds of kids that various families have. It draws attention to problems that young people deal with, such as dating, hiding secrets, and lying while growing up in harsh or repressive homes.
Based on the drama Pinjra, here are a few lessons every parent should learn:
Maltreatment can make kids feel alone, afraid, and distrustful, which can have long-term psychological effects like difficulty in school, low self-esteem, depression, and difficulty forming and sustaining relationships.
If Abhaan had a father who would listen to him rather than mistreating him, he would never have chosen drugs or suicide. rather than mistreating him.
Parents frequently place limitations on their kids to discipline them and shield them from what they see as societal hazards, but occasionally these restrictions can have the opposite effect. A youngster may be encouraged to think about suicide or develop a drug addiction as a means of escape, just as Abhaan.
Support Your Child’s Dreams:
Every child has their own likes, dislikes, and dreams. Their reasonable desires must be considered valid and supported. Not every child needs to grow up to be a doctor or engineer because not everyone has the aptitude for it and there should be nothing wrong with pursuing a career path that they are better suited to.
Children’s emotional well-being is just as important as their physical health. Good mental health helps them develop resilience to cope with whatever life throws at them and grow into well-rounded, healthy adults.
Ary Digital’s Pinjra is gaining TRPs with its amazing story and the phenomenal acting of the cast. The drama is produced by Shazia Wajahat under Showcase Production, and is directed by Najaf Bilgrami.