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QuotedStories linky party #9

September 1, 2017
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Hello lovely linkers. Welcome back to QuotedStories #9

Teen Suicides are on a high. Whom should we hold responsible for these punishing acts?

Lets’ join our hands together to save our Children from depression and Suicide by preparing them for adversities of Life.

 

Coming back to the Linky, I loved this post by Mocktail Mommy from last fortnight which stresses the fact that we should not push our tiny tots too early into formal education and let their childhood bloom under natural environment.

Thanks Mocktail Mommy for linking with Quoted Stories.

You can link any OLD/NEW post having a quote. This gives you the chance to retouch your old posts.


Come and join Quoted Stories… #9

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We look forward to reading your posts!

 

Open every fortnight-

ABOUT THE BLOG LINK UP

  1. It will be a Fortnightly Linky party which will go Live on 1st and 15th of every Month.
  2. No limit on word count- The quote can be typed or a graphic. The quote can be parenting related, inspirational, funny, sarcastic – anything you like.
  3. Linky will remain open for 10 days i.e. 10th September.
  4. I will select a favorite quote to feature on the following link up. We will also tweet the favorite quotes!
  5. By Joining the linky you are giving us permission to email and or tweet you a weekly reminder.
  • You will get a comment from at least one of the hosts on the post you link up
  • We will give you a little shout out on Twitter

 

HOW TO PARTICIPATE in QuotedStories

  1. Add the QuotedStories badge to the HTML / Text portion in your post -or- a back link to lifethroughmybioscope.com. Send us a message on twitter if you’re stuck, we’re here to help!
  2. Comment on both hosts posts and on a post before yours. That’s only 3! More is always a bonus! It would be easy to track if you to use #QuotedStories while commenting.
  3. After you link up, tag us for a retweet: @LifeBioscope @RohanK01 & include #QuotedStories

 


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9 Comments

  • Reply Vishal Bheeroo September 11, 2017 at 4:50 pm

    I again missed it and guess was so busy with work killing me. It’s alarming to witness teens suicides and a need for parents to observe behavior. Something must be done to keep them off blue whale challenge kind of stuffs.

  • Reply Minakshi bajpai September 9, 2017 at 6:12 pm

    Writings with quotes sounds more interesting and apealing to readers. It makes the writing more creative and attractive.

  • Reply Are you going to be the next Beethoven? - MommysTimeline September 9, 2017 at 5:12 pm

    […] this post for  QuotedStories linky party #9 hosted byUpasna and #ChattyBlogs hosted by […]

  • Reply Team MocktailMommies September 4, 2017 at 3:18 pm

    Upasana, thank you very much for honouring us! It is indeed a privilege to be featured on Quoted Stories!
    Wish to have a long and steady realtionship in future as well!
    -Team MocktailMommies

  • Reply Team MocktailMommies September 4, 2017 at 3:16 pm

    Team MocktailMommies wishes you a very successful Alex journey!
    Protecting children from the mental infection is far more tricky as the infection is very venomous! Being a Mom, it always haunts me as to how to build immune system to keep such infections at bay! Your post is educative and informative too!
    – Anagha From Team MocktailMommies
    https://mocktailmommies.blogspot.com

  • Reply Vasantha Vivek September 4, 2017 at 2:27 pm

    Happy to join with you, Upasna for #QuotedStories !!!

  • Reply Vinay Leo R. September 3, 2017 at 10:50 am

    I love writing based on quotes. 🙂 Will join this time, Upasna.

  • Reply Tina Basu September 2, 2017 at 11:26 pm

    This sounds like fu, will join next week. Have fun this alexa season

  • Reply akshata September 2, 2017 at 4:39 pm

    This is indeed a scary topic for us parents- the alarming number of teen deaths are a big question mark on the fact that despite so much talks around parenting are we getting it right?

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