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5 Golden Rules of Parenting that you mustn’t forget

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5 Golden Rules of Parenting that you mustn’t forget

From encouraging kids activity sessions to indulging in fun games and spending time together as a family, there are many things that parents can do for their child. This will make him/her feel more at ease, particularly encouraging his/her participation in online hobby classes and other similar activities while also encouraging free playtime. Platforms like Yellow Class make your job easier as a parent since they take care of helping children express themselves, learn new things and enjoy participating in a variety of activities. 

As parents we desire that our children turn out good and positive. Parents have immense responsibilities with regard to bringing up children in the best possible manner. Good parenting can be called as building a more nurturing and stable environment at home, being a positive and inspirational role model and also playing an active role in the life of a child. Good parenting is also about offering spiritual and moral support while guiding kids through the values of mutual respect and open communication alike. Responsible parents will inculcate values while setting acceptable limits and influencing the behavior of their children more positively. 

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Here are the 5 golden rules of parenting that you should be aware of:
Spend quality time with your little ones

You can give your time freely to your children whenever possible. This is the best possible gift for them by all means. You should always be there for your children. Irrespective of how busy you stay, you can always take out more time for communicating with your kids and planning fun activities together. Build bonds of togetherness and understanding. Play a game, have some fun and work at something together.

Express unconditional love

Your warmth and love is the key ingredient for the wellbeing of your children and their happiness. The more children feel wanted and loved, the more they will start listening to you and learning. Give unconditional love to your child courtesy of kisses, hugs and words. Studies indicate that children require at least 12 hugs each day.

Avoid the rod

Avoid usage of any physical force irrespective of anything. The scenario has greatly changed and studies indicate that slapping or spanking will have a negative effect on the self esteem and development of your little one. Children sometimes lose control and parents may lose their temper and raise their hands for disciplining them in these scenarios. Children may live with these bitter memories for a lifetime. They may end up resorting to violence whenever they get angry in the future as well. Hence, avoid the rod, control yourself and stay calm.

5 golden rules of parenting

Always keep your promises

Make promises to your child that you can keep. You will teach responsibility and effectiveness to your child as a result. Do not say anything that you cannot do for your child. If you keep saying things that you do not accomplish, children will stop taking your words seriously. If you mess up, apologize for the same and do not fail your next promise.

Be role models for your children

Inspire and discipline children by being their role models and positive influences on their budding minds. Good manners, the value of time and money, politeness, courtesy, responsibility, calm and truthful perspectives, following rules, the power of logic and reason and other aspects should come from you. Children will be reflections of their parents so you have to be the ultimate and best role model for them no matter what.

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Disclaimer: This is a guest post by Yellow Class

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8 responses to “5 Golden Rules of Parenting that you mustn’t forget”

  1. Moumita Jana says:

    I am not a mother but I know how important this is..you have covered so nicely with all possible points.. keeping all in mind will help me for future for sure.

  2. Rupal Mistry says:

    There are many important things in parenting that people often forget because of their busy schedules. This guide is very helpful in understanding those gaps and filling them eventually.

  3. These are definitely the golden rules of parenting. Being a role midel being one of the most important.

  4. Jeannine says:

    Really love that you’ve touched the basics of what parental-love should be. When I read the title of this article, I was quite taken a back as I really am a firm believer that parenting got no rules! But upon reading, I got your point and agreed with every thing you said about it.

  5. Jeannine says:

    Really love that you’ve touched the basics of what parental-love should be. When I read the title of this article, I was quite taken a back as I really am a firm believer that parenting got no rules! But upon reading, I got your point and agreed with every thing you said about it.

  6. Snigdha says:

    All these pointers are really golden rules . Unconditional love is important and be the role model is again necessary. Very insightful post.

  7. Keeping promises is something that I.always tell my husband about. Always and always keep promises. This creates a trust. The points that you have given are indeed valid and practical yet ignored.

  8. Charu, you have expressed so much in these pointers for all parents. I too keep my promises so that child learns that word once given is secured. And yes spending quality time with children is always right than spending quantity of time.

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