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How To Be Good Parents?

Children spend most of their time at home. They observe and understand how their parents behave even though they may not be able to express themselves clearly during their early years. Remember that they are very observant and register your action and behavior. So while dealing with children, keep in mind that action speaks louder than words.

Parents are their children’s role models especially in the formative years. Children spend most of their time at home. They observe and understand how their parents behave even though they may not be able to express themselves clearly during their early years. Remember that they are very observant and register your action and behavior. You should:

Practice what you preach

As parents, take care to speak the truth and stay away from bad habits such as drinking and smoking in front of your children. No amount of preaching otherwise will stop them from breaking the law if you as parents do it.

Spare some time for your children

Most parents are, at times, extremely busy with their professional life and are not able to spare time for their children. Children, during their growing up years, have a number of questions that bother them. As parents, it is important to be there for them when they need you. So find time for them. Show them your love and affection. Hug and cuddle them. Express your appreciation and encouragement for what they do and create. All this will go a long way in build their self-confidence.

Love your children unconditionally

Love your children for what they are and not what they should be. Make them feel wanted. At times, they may try your patience but remember if you are judgmental of their actions, you will do more harm than good. Only love and understanding can bring them to the right path if they go astray.

Listen to them

Listen to your children and you will be able to understand and appreciate their point of view. Share their problems and empathize with them. Remember, the child is the father of man.

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