Do’s and Dont’s of Parenting

Good upbringing of children is the most important responsibility of a mother, among her other responsibilities. It’s not an option but an obligation. It becomes very challenging at times but it’s also a very enjoyable experience for some mothers.

Parenting is more than slapping or yelling at a child 24/7, it takes a lot more than that to be a parent or may I say a good parent. We, mothers tend to forget that we live in a world of internet and Smart phones, we need to be smart too, because lack of understanding and direction on the part of mothers can create a lot of depression in children especially when they enter their teenage. It becomes the duty of a mother to do training as she is around the child most of the time.

The following are some of the do’s and don’ts that can create a better relationship between a child and a parent.

1. Respect the child’s individuality.

2. Avoid criticizing the child in public.

3. Avoid constant lecturing, threatening and saying hurtful things to a child.

4. Appreciate even if it’s a small achievement.

5. Initiate the conversation yourself as communication helps solving a lot of problems.

6. Try to learn about your child’s interests that will help in better communication.

7. Don’t enforce too many do’s and don’ts.
8. Always welcome a child when he/she wants to talk about something and take interest.

9. Don’t talk to your child when you are angry or busy talking on phone.

10. Always show that you love and care use ‘I message’

11. A card or a note ‘mommy loves you’ means a lot to a child.
Last, but not the least be a good role model for your child, be the kind of a person that you would want your child to be in future and always keep a check on your own action and words

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  1. ayesha May 2, 2015
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