By: Pawel Iwanski |
WHICH ROAD DO I HAVE TO TAKE TO REAR A GOOD CHILD?
With postnatal preparations, you also have to prepare for the arrival of your baby. The arrival of a baby can be an overwhelming task.
THE PROCESS OF BEING A NEW PARENT.
At the time conception, your gratifying job as a parent finally begins. You have to remember parenting is not the type of job that you can quit, whenever you don’t feel like it anymore.
HERE ARE THE PROCESSES THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW TO BECOME SKILLED IN PARENTING.
> You will learn good parenting skills when you allow your child to win sometimes and make sure that he/she loses as well in some battles that they face. There will be times when you will disapprove of your child’s actions and attitude, but remember you do not want to traumatize your child in the process. Remember that too much criticism is not going to do you any good in in your parent and child relationships.
PARENTING IS A NEVER-ENDING JOB.
For sure, we all want our children to have better and happier lives than ours were. However, there can also be a thick and crooked line of parenting if you make and if you make a mistake or bad move you will end up falling. People, who would actually say that parenting is a easy job, are the ones who most likely are childless. Parenting never stops, whether you realized it or not. Parenting is the hardest job and that applies to whether you are a first time parent or whether you already have several kids.
TEACH YOUR KIDS SELF-RELIANCE
Upon learning to take on responsibility, your child will be self-sufficient. A child will begin learning things like carrying their own plates from the table to your dishwasher, placing items into the grocery cart (only with adult supervision) and these are simple and excellent takes for a two-year old to accomplish. Now that your children are adults, they too understand that everyone is responsible for the way they built their lives. A child’s independence is a important part for them to learn on how to earn what they want and be empowered to make their own true happiness.
GET MORE COMPLIANCE FROM YOUR CHILD.
To gain more cooperation from their child, you must always use positive communication – You have to try phrasing your request or command in a much positive way as opposed to a negative way. The following are 9 methods that a parent can use to gain more cooperation from their child. By showing your feelings towards your child – Often times when you start to show compassion towards your child and reflecting back what or how they are feeling is helpful for gaining cooperation from your child.
COMMON CHILD AND PARENT PROBLEMS.
By taking interest, it will definitely encourage your own child to work harder and to maintain good behavior while at school. Children are growing up faster nowadays and at the average age of ten or even eleven they’re almost like young adults already. Your child will begin to revolt about attending school in ordinary school shoes, they might be asking for designer gear like those “other kids” and parents tell their kids not to feel jealous or even inferior. We never wanted to stand out like a dweeb or a sore loser to be laughed at.
MAKE MEMORIES WITH QUALITY FAMILY TIME.
Arranging family dinners actually depends on how chaotic your current family schedule is, this will then help you determine how great of a challenge it will be for you to change your current method thinking.
THE FOLLOWING TIPS ENSURE THAT YOUR FAMILY TIME WILL BE STRESS FREE AND WILL ENSURE THAT YOU WILL MAKE YOUR FAMILY MEMORIES LAST FOR A LIFETIME:
> You can write down notes of positive and truly inspiring stories that you hear about in the media and then use those positive stories to start a dinner conversation with.
> Parents should turn off the television during dinner time so that you can focus on family conversations. During dinner, there should not be anyone talking on the cell phone or playing electronic game (except for emergencies).
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