25 Things Parents Should Not Do
- February 25, 2019
- Ally Cohen
- Parenting Advice
No one ever said Parenting was easy! As Lionel Kauffman once said, “Children are a great comfort in your old age – and they help you reach it faster, too”. 1. Don’t forget to tell them you love them 2. Don’t criticise the child, just the behaviour 3. Don’t be afraid to say “No” 4. [...]
No one ever said Parenting was easy! As Lionel Kauffman once said, “Children are a great comfort in your old age – and they help you reach it faster, too”.
1. Don’t forget to tell them you love them
2. Don’t criticise the child, just the behaviour
3. Don’t be afraid to say “No”
4. Don’t compare
5. Don’t publicly humiliate
6. Don’t be too quick to rescue them
7. Don’t forget to hug them
8. Don’t ever stop listening
9. Don’t invade their privacy
10. Don’t fail to give structure
11. Don’t forget to spend time with them
12. Don’t give them too much choice
13. Don’t always do things for them
14. Don’t avoid having hard discussions
15. Don’t always make decisions for them
16. Don’t be afraid to be the parent
17. Don’t push them into too many activities
18. Don’t compare yourself to other parents
19. Don’t lose your cool
20. Don’t nag
21. Don’t stop reading with them
22. Don’t forget to laugh together
23. Don’t be afraid to say you’re sorry
24. Don’t back down
25. Don’t be too hard on yourself or other parents!
“The trouble with bringing up children is that by the time you are experienced, you are unemployed” – Author unknown.
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