Good Parenting

October 30th, 2007 by Jashodhara Purkayastha

  • Praise the child if it does something good.
  • Encourage  to do the work independently.
  • Give love, not pampering (By telling stories of life,sharing,caring etc).
  • Always trust the child
  • Be friendly with the child
  • Discuss family matter with it.
  • Discuss financial matter.During vacation give the child the responsibility of all the expenses in the family and give him/her the money for that month( Age group—15 on wards).That way they learn the responsibility and value of money.
  • Accept the child as it is.
  • Listen to the child if it is asking some questions, do not ignore .
  • Share your emotion with him/her.
  • Tell virtues of competitiveness.
  • Teach in early stages of development. Learn better from the age of 2 to 15 years.
  • Listen to his/her opinion.Make him/her realize  the importance of his/her opinion.
  • Give importance to his/her decision and ask him/her to judge properly.
  • Do not nag.
  • Do not give too much or too less importance.
  • Do not make school bag.
  • Do not compare.
  • Do not insult in front of anyone.
  • Do not disagree\agree without reason.
  • Do not create unnecessary fear.
  • Do not always promise anything while completing any work.
  • Don’t scold or insult in front of others or near younger siblings.
  • Do not tell wrong about teachers in front of them . Otherwise they will not respect their teachers.
  • Don’t differentiate .
  • Do not tell them that you have paid the money to the teacher,so teacher has to listen to your wards.

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