Parents have a great influence on the lives of their children. Their behavior, attitude and parenting style leaves a lasting impression which carries on to adulthood. Toxic parenting affects children in their psychological development, academic performance, business development, problem behavior and social behavior.Children who have been victims of bad parenting have to fight to depression and aggression later on in life. These are some of the toxic parenting traits that can wreak havoc on a child’s life.
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Knowing how to handle money is an important skill. It is something needs to be learnt too, and most of us have learnt it on our own, with some basic ideas such as ‘saving is good’ and having a piggy bank. Kids should be money-savvy too, so that they make the right financial decisions in life. You can help them in this by teaching students about money in a way that they understand and relate to.
A violent behavior experienced at some later age in life is most often linked with childhood. Ensure your kid is raised into a fine human being with no violence tendencies by following these 6 simple parenting tips. 6 Parenting Tips to Ensure Raising a Nonviolent Child
Raising a child effectively is not an easy job for the parents in today’s complicated world. Parents need to be really adaptable; so that they can cope with the fast changing world and the ever changing environment. At an early age; they have the responsibility of raising a smart kid by giving a kind of environment which they want their kid to be in afterwards. They need to show that side of parenting which could give brilliant results in the future. As the child enters adolescence; the responsibilities of parents and their way of handling him changes. They have to create a comfort zone for the children so that they can share their grievances and expectations with them. Below mentioned are some difficult challenges which the parents go through when the child reaches the teenage.
Homeschooling might be one of the options you are considering for your child. There are many advantages to homeschooling, and many studies have revealed how the homeschooled students outpace conventionally schooled children in writing, reading, reasoning, and standardized tests. They are noted to be better performers in college, and also take an interest in giving back to their communities. There are many types of homeschooling approaches; we have outlined a few of them so that you can make an informed decision.
Sexual exploitation of children under 10 years and adolescents is, unfortunately, becoming more and more prevalent with each passing day. Contrary to popular belief; both boys and girls can be exploited, and the criminal needn’t always be a man. Having said that, encouraging your kids to speak to you, teaching your kids about good and bad touch, and keeping an eye out for changed behaviours are some things you should do to protect them. Here are some apparent and hidden signs that your child is being sexually exploited.
Most of the parents are always good parents. But if your child is suffering from attention deficit disorder (ADHD), being just good to them is not enough. For being a parent with ADHD, you have to be great enough to make your child happy and well adjusted in present as well as in future. It is easy to be great than good rather what you are imagining. Just a little change in your parenting strategies can do wonders for your child.
In today’s times, a mental health assessment is being talked about more and more. This is a good thing. It is now well known that like adults, children too can suffer from mental illnesses. In fact, it is estimated that 1 out of every 5 children suffers from a mental disorder. These problems can be addressed but more often than not they go unnoticed.
Let us face it – LGBTQ+ parenting is a subject that is, ironically, still in its infancy. While in many parts of the world, LGBTQ+ people can marry, and by extension, raise children; researches are adamant to prove that same-sex parenting is quite detrimental to the child’s mental health. However, there are also researchers who believe in the power of right parenting, no matter the sex of the parents. This article looks at both the kinds of research from an unbiased perspective.