7-year-old Aryan is the only child of the house. He can not hear it fulfill every need of her, to fulfill every obstinacy, she is engaged in competition between both the parents. It has become habitual that everything is according to his wishes. The circumstances are that the only bride of the house, even at this age, is not according to the wishes of the parents, but the parents are working according to their wishes. Many times it is also noticed that many problems arise in the only children with ladders and inconvenience over the extent. By thinking of ‘there is only one child’, the parent fulfills every demand of her. But this habit continues to be unbearable not only for parents but also affects the entire personality of the child.
Is it a loss of inflation or a growing awareness of the population or the result of being more ambitious of working mothers or a way to avoid the burden of raising the child alone? Regardless of the reason, if we look at our social environment and changing family relationships then the decision to do the same child seems to be a compromise. Most working couples want a single child in today’s blissful life. These desires seem to challenge our social status in many values. This emotional aspect of a child’s unity alone, with no joint family or siblings, affects his whole life.