S R Dalvi (I) Foundation

Understanding of parenting

Parenting is the act of bringing up a kid and ensuring their safety and well-being in order to ensure their healthy development into maturity.

Avoid giving your youngster everything he requests. He’ll develop the mindset that he’s entitled to anything he wants.

Do not chuckle when your child uses inappropriate language. He’ll develop the belief that showing disrespect is fun.

Avoid being insensitive to the inappropriate behavior he may exhibit rather than chastising him for it. He will develop the belief that social norms are arbitrary.

If your youngster makes a mistake, refrain from picking it up. He will develop the mentality that others are responsible for his obligations as he grows up.

Don’t allow him to view any TV content. He’ll assume there’s no difference between being a youngster and an adult as he grows up.

Don’t give your youngster all the cash he requests. He’ll assume that gaining money is simple as he gets older and won’t think twice about robbing people to get it.

Never ever take his side when he is in the wrong with his neighbors, his teachers, or the police. He will develop the belief that he is always doing what is right and that everyone else is making mistakes.

If you leave him at home alone while you go to worship, he can grow up believing that God doesn’t exist.

Avoid criticizing your spouse or family members; doing so will teach them that hurting people is acceptable in disagreement.

Do not give children the impression that neglecting to assist others in need is acceptable; this will make them appear unkind.

Simple solutions include treating children with kindness and grace in all situations and teaching them to treat others how you would like to be treated.

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