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Saturday, June 21, 2008
Dealing with a child
How to deal with a child?
Its a very sensitive subject and most of us forget to play by the rules of the game.We always want our children to be sensible and not rebels. Supportive environment starts from day one and encouragement never fails.

There are some simple ways that will take a child parent relationship way ahead of any other bonds:
  • Always remember that your children are precious. Think twice before loosing your cool.
  • Set clear rules but never hesitate to lend a helping hand.Being a parent,you are the one the child will always want to depend on. Provide them that boost.
  • Do not criticize the child in front of others.It may just be an expression for you,for him its a matter of embarrassment.
  • Listen to what your child has to say seriously. Give your opinion and also the reason for your opinion.
  • Never be a dictator. With this policy you may rule the world but will never be able to win ur child's heart.
  • Mind your behavior. Children pick things from what's happening around,if you are yelling,hitting,it gives the children also a chance to do the same.
  • Always tell them the importance of family and the fact that they are answerable to the family for their actions.
Always remember that they are your responsibility till the time they chose to tread different paths of life. Nurture,nourish and be there,but never chose to give up.

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4 Comments:

Here is a statement from a church leader that is worth remembering, "If you are ever called upon to chasten a person, never chasten beyond the balm you have within you to bind up."

June 23, 2008 at 8:04 AM  

Hey Lian

Can you please explain this for me?

June 23, 2008 at 1:19 PM  

Hi Jaanvi:
This is how I interpret the statement:
If you are going to discipline your child, scold them or reprimand them, don't do it to the point you are unable to comfort them later on. Don't be too severe until you leave scars in their lives, that they cannot forgive or forget. Don't do damage that you cannot repair afterwards.
I hope this gives clearer meaning for you.

June 27, 2008 at 6:29 PM  

I completely agree cause you are putting in all these efforts to make your child's future and not break it.

June 28, 2008 at 12:45 PM  

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