Parenting tips 2019 we’ll go over different ways that we’ve parented our children and talk about what has worked and even what hasn’t worked for us. Are you the type that has a calm parenting approach or the opposite? We understand that there are different parenting styles out there, comment below your top 3 tips that you do as a parent that can help someone else.
As always, I want to preface this by saying we are not parenting experts, don’t pretend to be, but I also adamantly an advocate for kids, and I see so many of – gosh, so many of the problems that adults have stem from things that happened to them as a kid, things that their parents said and did without intention of ever harming their children, but they didn’t mean to, but man, it’s done some damage.
And I just think that so much of what we adults have to work through now, so many of those issues were avoidable. And not everything’s avoidable, right? But so much of it, if we are conscientiously taking care of our kids and always asking ourselves, “Is this in their best interest? Is this going to make them happy and successful, and Independent? Is this going to give them confidence?” And if we answer and ask ourselves those question, I think we’re just going to do a much better job with it. And I hope that’s common sense. It doesn’t seem that it is, and usually, that’s because our egos take over, right?
I just want to reiterate that these are my opinions. They are based on having worked with, literally, hundreds of thousands of adults who have the potential to do anything they want, and so many of them struggle with negative messaging and things that were said and done to them as children. And I think if we can be more aware of what we are doing as parents at any stage, at any age, what we will be able to do is accomplish our goal, and our goal is to have kids who are happy, kids who are self-sufficient, kids who love us, kids who are good people, who can take care of themselves, and who also think the world of us, of themselves, and they make their mark on the world.
So with that in mind, I want to talk to you about being united, where this makes sense, where this is applicable, and sometimes, that is two parents who have divorced. Sometimes, that’s parents who, one is absent because of a military deployment, or their work status, or incarceration, or circumstances are such that they’ve had to move to another city. I mean, there’s all kinds of reasons why we’re not under the same roof, but ultimately, I want to talk to you about how to do your best to remember we’re on the same page.
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