Kids and Parenting
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Parenting is a tough job; it requires compassion, kindness, affection, and loads of patience to raise a kid. But, one thing that most parents tend to often neglect is discipline, something that is not only applicable to the child but also holds true for the parents. It is ‘discipline’ that is essential to bring up an emotionally mature kid.
Divorce could be one of the most challenging phases in one’s life as it involves bringing an end to the marriage. However, the negative effect of divorce on children is known to be hard. A study reveals that in the US, the daughters of divorced parents have a higher divorce rate of 60% than 35% for sons.
Did you know that statisticians have found a link between a baby’s birth month and her personality, much like those zodiac sign predictions? Well, it’s true. Recent evidence suggests that the birth months influences a baby right from her attitudes towards life to the careers she will be inclined to when she grows up. So, while a baby might arrive in the world with nothing, she might be building a pattern of his life under the influence of the month she is born in.
Being a parent is hard work. You need to teach your kids the right values, impart your beliefs and teach them how to be tough and empathetic at the same time. All while still balancing work, your relationships and trying to navigate your own life. It’s needless to say that sometimes parents can get overwhelmed when it comes to their kids and make some decisions that they may regret later on.
All parents want what’s best for their children. They want them to be successful, happy and lead a full life. However, sometimes our approach to leading them to be good responsible adults is too harsh. And before you know it, the things you thought would help your child thrive may become the very things that are stopping them from reaching their full potential.
It is said that maturity comes with time. However, it also depends on some proactive steps parents can take that help children become more mature and independent. A mature child is strong emotionally, intellectually, and physically. They are in a better position to manage various situations that come their way while growing up.
Before and while birthing, you received great care and support from your doctor. Postpartum attention that you receive is usually more mellow. Not that your doctor is washing off his/her hands from you after delivering the child, but somehow there is less focus on the postpartum advice that most of you moms must receive.
Did you know that you don’t need to wait for your ‘gender ultrasound’ to learn whether your unborn baby is a boy or a girl? Sounds incredible, doesn’t it? Well, it totally is! Guessing whether the littlest member in the house will be a girl or a boy is one conversation that you’d have heard a million times during the first few months of pregnancy.
Children are naturally social beings creatures, but sometimes they need a little push help to develop their social skills. As parents, we want our children to be confident, upbeat, and successful in social interactions. Social skills are essential for making friends, navigating relationships, and feeling confident in social situations.
Every parent wants to raise a well disciplined kid and we’ll do anything to achieve it, including referencing new cultures and perspectives for help. And although the French usually have a reputation for being distant, they never come off as being impolite. This is because they prioritize good manners and the importance of being well behaved, which they pass onto their children as soon as they can.
Every parent dreams of a perfect family where all the members, young and old, help each other to make the house a fully functional home. However, when you have a little one in your arms who grows and learns new things daily, you are not sure what chores are appropriate for them and what responsibilities they can execute without fail.
People are never satisfied with the way things are. We’re always talking about the things that need changing without really taking a moment to appreciate how much things have already changed, and this applies to parenting too. Sure, we have a long way to go. But look how far we’ve come. Parenting has had a huge makeover in the last couple of decades.