Monday, 16 November 2009

9 Principles to be a good Parent

1. In particular, what do you do
This is one of the most important principles. The kids watching you. Do not react impulsively.

2. Involved in the lives of children
Sure takes time and you need to rearrange your priorities. Often, this means sacrificing what you want to do, by doing what you want or need the child. Always ready for your child both mentally and physically.

3. Match your child with the character
Every child has a different character. For example, 2nd grade junior high school children are easily irritated and quick-tempered, its value in class is very ugly. It may be that your child is feeling depressed. Forced her to perform parental desire is not the answer. If necessary, this problem must be diagnosed by a professional.

4. Define and apply the rules
If you do not regulate the behavior of small children, you will have trouble when he's bigger, especially when you're not around. Children learn the rules of their parents since childhood, would establish rules that applied in the future.

5. Help develop self-reliance
Provide support for independence could help develop the goals that will be taken later. Many parents misunderstand their children independence, and likened him as a dissident and a rebel. Children are demanding independence, because independence is part of human nature to feel in control, and not feel controlled by others.

6. Be consistent
If the rules you give to children varies from day to day, or when you force your child to do something just for the time intermittent, normal if the child becomes confused. Always try to be consistent so that your child grow up to be consistent and not confused with the purpose of his life.

7. Avoid harsh discipline
Do not ever had a desire to beat the child. Children are often more easily slap fight with other children, and more likely for them to become bullies or become aggressive in resolving disputes with other people. Many kok, how to discipline a child, other than rough play can cause even the nature of aggression.

8. Explain your rules and decisions
Typically, parents give too much explanation on small children, and provide explanations that are less in children who are teenagers. In fact, something that seems obvious to you may not be clear to your child's 12-year-old. Your child does not have priority, such as assessment or experience you have, you know.

9. Treat your child with respect
The best way to honor your child is with memerlakukannya with respect. You should give your child good as the good you give to others. Talk with him a polite way. Respect his opinion. Listen intently when he speaks. The children will treat others as his parents treated him. Your relationship with your children is the foundation for his relationship with others.