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Do adults themselves follow the rules laid for their children?

Tags: pregnancy & parenting, rules laid
Asked by tanuja, 09 Feb '13 10:22 pm
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Discipline is how adults teach children to grow to be happy, safe, well-adjusted members of society. Raising children is a tough job, but as children learn to control their own behaviour, discipline gets easier and easier. It's well worth the initial effort as children become responsible for their actions. And adults can feel proud that their loving care guided them on their way. Example is better than precept. But most adults never do that, while imposing a set of rules for their children. The more rules they have, the harder it will be for their children to remember them. Children need a chance to tell their parents what they think and feel. When adults stick to their rules, children may not like what they are doing. It makes sense that they might be unhappy. It only makes things worse. Let adults stop using words, deeds and rules that hurt but start using words that care, share and love, Tanu :-)
Answered by Dil Se, 10 Feb '13 01:08 pm

 
  
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It easy havin siblings n being parents.....but itz a challenge to become a gud father/mother...cause for children u'r their role models!!!!
Answered by harshal kalangutkar, 09 Feb '13 10:24 pm

 
  
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