Different children may need different levels of attention, expression of love, and toughness. Parenting involves a certain amount of discretion. There is no one standard rule for all children. Let’s take a look at few good parenting tips for us on raising kids properly.
BOOST YOUR CHILDS SELF ESTEEM
Praising accomplishments, however small, will make them feel proud; letting kids do things independently will make them feel capable and strong. Avoid making loaded statements or using words as weapons. Belittling comments or comparing a child unfavourably with another will make kids feel worthless.
Catch Kids Being Good
You may find yourself criticising far more often than complimenting. Be generous with rewards your love, hugs, and compliments can work wonders and are often reward enough. Make a point of finding something to praise every day.
Be Consistent With Your Discipline
Establishing house rules helps kids understand your expectations and develop self-control. Discipline is necessary in every household. The goal of discipline is to help kids choose acceptable behaviours and learn self-control. They may test the limits you establish for them, but they need those limits to grow into responsible adults.
Make Time for Your Kids
Because there are fewer windows of opportunity for parents and teens to get together, parents should do their best to be available when their teen does express a desire to talk or participate in family activities.
Be a Good Role Model
The younger they are, the more cues they take from you. Be aware that you’re constantly being watched by your kids. Model the traits you wish to see in your kids: respect, friendliness, honesty, kindness, tolerance.
Make Communication a Priority
If we don’t take time to explain, kids will begin to wonder about our values and motives and whether they have any basis. And if there is a problem, describe it, express your feelings, and invite your child to work on a solution with you. Be sure to include consequences.
Show That Your Love Is Unconditional
Strive to nurture and encourage, even when disciplining your kids. Make sure they know that although you want and expect better next time, your love is there no matter what. Make sure they know that although you want and expect better next time, your love is there no matter what.