Parenting has proven to be such a difficult thing for many parents. It doesn’t matter whether you are experiencing difficulty as a first-time parent or you have had children before. The reason for this is because each child is unique in his way. Even though some of the children are just easy to deal with, some are a just plain pain. As a parent, however, you will have dig deep and find out how well to bring up a child.
There are also some of the children who will still grow up spoiled children even after getting the best advice from the parents. Many of the parents have felt guilty when their children break loose from the rules and advice they instilled in them. However, no parents should feel guilty of such especially if you are sure you offered the best for your children. As a manager and a first teacher, you should ensure that you offer the best to your children as they grow up. Advice should not be restricted to when the children are growing but should be extended even after they have become adults. What a parent needs to change is the method of approach.
There are a lot of ways to which you can give your children advice. Age plays an essential function when it comes to putting the advice into practice. Children between age there and thirteen are the crucial groups to deal with as a parent. It is in this age bracket that children are likely to become unruly. It is in this age bracket that a child’s memory is very sharp and can recall the events of the past. Parents should be able to offer the advice on love on this group of kids. Let your child understands that he needs to love and care for each other. This will shape their character, and they will grow up knowing that there is need to love one another and take care of them.
Let your children know that they should be people who can be trusted. Reprimand your kids when you notice that they have started embracing cheating attitude. You can resort to punishment as a way of discouraging lying among your children.
Advice your children to be respectful to everyone. A disrespectful child can be a big embarrassment to the parents and those whom you associate with.
Let your children grow knowing that they need to be good managers. You can always give your child a little cash as way of testing his management capability. if he fails to spend the money on the useful things make him understand ways through which he can appropriately spend it.