Valerie Mmanthe Mampshika,[Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English.]
Children are raised in various ways and in different backgrounds,and all psychologists had the belief that past experiences have an impact on our future when we become adults and parents.
Research studies show that multiple children who are raised by grandparents are spoilt,and I recommend that manners should be instilled by parents who live with their children full time.
Perri Klass and Lisa Damour have provided a discussion on how parents can be considered as “modern parents” to have better parents moving forward.
Furthermore,Klass and Damour mentioned that there is no right way to raise a child which can be regarded as good news…in simpler terms parents cannot advice other parents on how to raise their children,because children are different.
When children grow,challenges will transition,and the cognitive processes of parents may also evolve,but their approach to parenting should be consistent(for children to notice what their parents dislike for instance),a little bit firm and loving,because they still need love to find their sense of belonging as individuals according to Abraham Maslow.
Parents should assist their children to learn through experience that making an effort builds confidence and helps you learn to tackle various challenges.
Parents are also encouraged to calibrate their expectations about what their children are capable of doing on their own in their absence,and they should not stand up for their children in terms of their wrongdoings,for instance especially at school.
In closing,parents should raise children in the best possible way,they should trust themselves,and enjoy the company of their children.
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