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Good Parenting Skills:
4 Components of
Good Parenting

Good Parenting Skills...

Parenting children alone is a tough and challenging task.

Good Parenting Skills
The moment they are born, you really have to take care of them.

As a responsible parent, you have to make sure you provide what's best for them, from nutrition to education.

So it is very important that you have good skills in parenting

The future of your children lies in your hands.

If you want your children to grow and be successful individuals someday, then you should be the source of their success.

There are no perfect parents. You can't expect yourself to immediately have good parenting skills the moment your children are born.

Unless if you are a pediatrician or psychiatrist. Like any other skill, good parenting can be learned.

Below are the four A's you need to have in order to gain good parenting skills...

1. Availability

It is very important that you spend time with your children.

You should always be available for them. As a parent, you may also have a hectic schedule especially if you have a job.

Your job may also be very demanding. But no matter how busy you are, you should never be too busy for your children especially when they need you.

You should always offer yourself to your kids and not only be available when they tell you that they need you.

There may be times that your children may be afraid to approach you. You should make them feel that they are important to you.

Spend quality time with your kids and not just the leftover hours from work. Simply watch their favourite TV show with them or read a story to them.

You can also go outside and take them for a walk. You do not need to spend money just to be able to spend time with your children.

Because the best thing you could ever give them does not cost a single cent... which is your love.

2. Appreciation

Good parenting skills involve giving appreciation to your child. When your kid has done something good, you should show them how much you appreciate them.

All people wants to be appreciated, especially kids. They are sensitive to this kind of thing. If you appreciate their good efforts, they will be more inspired and will do it again and again.

This is because they feel that you are happy when they are good.

The more you appreciate the good things they have done, the more they get motivitated.

It is also one way of letting them know that they are doing the right things.

3. Affection

Any child will always want to be loved by his/her parents. Your affection is very much needed by them.

They will always search for ways to receive affection from you. You are your child's focal point.

They will always want you to be pleased. It's part of their nature as children. If you always show love and affection, you will surely have a long-lasting relationship with them.

4. Acceptance

Accepting your child for who and what they are is very important if you want to have good parenting skills.

Just like everybody else, children want to be accepted. Through acceptance, your the child will develop a high level of self-esteem and self-worth.

They will grow to be independent since they feel secure with themselves.

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