Tips for Healthy and Happy Parenting

Tips for Healthy and Happy Parenting

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Parenting is neither easy nor so complicated as we think. A good parent is one who strives to make decisions in the best interest of their child. It’s vital to have your child heard in every situation. You don’t have to be a perfect parent to do parenting in a good manner.
No child is perfect and no parent is perfect either, keeping this in mind is important while parenting. But it doesn’t mean we should not work towards our goal of raising a good child. Best parenting never happened because of just one parent. It is achieved only when both the parents reach a common point for the betterment of their child.

Here are some tips for parenting-

1. Parenting is always teamwork: When one parent is busy doing chores it’s the responsibility of the other to care for the child.
2. Kids time: I have noticed many parents don’t give time to their kid as they could not take time out of their daily chores. But those parents can make time for their child during weekdays, spend time, play, chill, relax. This way the child will never feel left out.
3. Ask each other for help.
4. Never ever fight or quarrel in front of your kids.
5. Try having a meal together as a family.
6. Make communication a priority
7. Give them time whenever they ask for it even though you are doing something.
8. Make them your first priority.
9. Never scold your kids in front of relatives or friends.
10. Stop reprimanding them for every single thing. After all, kids are meant to make a mess. Make them understand.
11. Never shout at them nor speak any bad words in front of them.
12. Last but not the least work on your kid like a team to reach your goal.
So above were my tips for parenting.

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