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6 Crippling Parenting Behaviors That Restrict Children

6 Crippling Parenting Behaviors That Restrict Children

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Crippling Parenting Behaviors That Restrict Children
1. We d
on’t
let the child experience risk
Parents often impose too many restrictions on children, to protect them from risks. No doubt it is their duty to protect them, but not letting them take risks is likely to have an adverse impact on them in the long run. Psychologists have found out that children who never suffered from a bruised knee are likely to experience phobias
 when they grow up. Likewise children who didn’t experience breakups as
teenagers may lack the emotional maturity needed for permanent relationships.
2. We rescue too quickly
The present generation lacks the life skills which earlier generations had. Most of their problems are resolved by their parents. As their issues are fixed almost
immediately, children don’t learn to face hardships and solve their
problems on their own. They fail to develop good leadership skills as a result.
3. We rave too easily
 As they grow, kinds often observe that mom and dad are the only people who appreciate them. This in turn seriously hurts their self-esteem. Though they may
temporarily feel good, it’s not based on reality. Parents who rave very easily are likely
to find out that their children have poor behavior, and often lie and cheat to avoid facing difficulties. In fact, they are not trained to face adversities.
4. We let guilt get in the way of leading well
 Your child doesn’t always need to be pampered with love. Though he may feel
disappointed sometimes, he will eventually get over it. So you should learn to tell
 
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them ‘no’ sometimes, so that they can fight and achieve what they want. Parents with
two or more kids often make the mistake of rewarding all of them with gifts if one of them does really well. Usually they do so, because they think it would otherwise be unfair on their part. But this is impractical as children do not learn that at the end of the day, they have to depend on their own abilities to achieve their goals.
5. We don't share our past mistakes
It is normal for teenagers to want to be independent and do things on their own. As
parents, we can let them have the necessary freedom, but that doesn’t mean we
cannot guide them. For example, you can share your experiences about the mistakes  you made at the same age, what goaded you to do it, and what you learnt from the experience. This in turn, can help your child choose between what is right and what is wrong.
 6. We don't practice what we preach
 As parents, it is our duty to be the perfect example for your children. To help you children learn to stay true to their own words, you need to be honest words. This will help you to earn and retain their respect. Take active part in community projects. If  you do something good for people, your children will emulate you and do the same  when they grow up.

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