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Good Parenting Tips

Good Parenting Tips

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parenting tips
raising kids today is arguably harder than ever before. but, there are
some ways to help ease the stress and strain of raising your little ones
and prevent behavior problems through good parenting.

establish "together time" establish a regular weekly routine for doing
something special with your child -- even if it s just going out for ice
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cream
don t be afraid to ask where your kids are going and who they ll be
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with. get to know your kid s friends -- and their parents -- so you re
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familiar with their activities.
try to be there after school when your child gets home.
eat together often. meals are a great time to talk about the day and
bond.
be a better listener. ask and encourage questions. ask your kid s input

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about family decisions. showing your willingness to listen will make
your child feel more comfortable about opening up to you.
don t react in a way that will cut off further discussion. if your child

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says things that challenge or shock you, turn them into a calm
discussion.
be a living, day to day, example of your value system. show the
compassion, honesty, generosity and openness you want your child to
have.
know that there is no such thing as "do as i say, not as i do" when it
comes to your kids.
examine your own behavior.
reward good behavior consistently and immediately. expressions of love,
appreciation, and thanks go a long way

even for kids who think
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themselves too old for hugs.

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