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Great rajhema 2007-07-20 11:02

Expression in the kid's face is awesome. Great one Sushant. The bondage between parents and kids in India (atleast the one I've experience) is quite high. Parents will have a possessive affection to their kids and its effect is very high when they are far far away. I've seen the impact of being with emotional attachment and staying away. Dozens of parents I've met here with their grown up children living abroad are not able to cope their separation with their children. IS there a remedy ? is there a better way to handle this ?

I guess its a million dollar question !
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Rajesh

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Default To CMJC: salut christine

c'était ou que ton mari gardait les chèvres???amicalement ,patrick.
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dans les Alpes du Sud, mais qui ressemblent parfois tant à l'Afrique du Nord nous disent ceux qui connaissent les deux et dans les années 60 les "alpes sèches" étaient aussi très pauvres
de plus la vie d'un jeune gardien de chèvres est semblable quelque que soit son pays...
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