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Healthy Parent-Child Bond

BY: shivangini rathore | Category: Relationships | Submitted: 2010-07-13 17:29:57
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Article Summary: "Just like with any relationship, building a positive relationship between parent and child is one that requires work and effort to make it strong and successful..."


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Just like with any relationship, building a positive relationship between parent and child is one that requires work and effort to make it strong and successful. Right from infancy to adulthood parenting is a tough job, all what is required is maintaining close relationship, open communication and above all trust..

We often see children moving on a track, adopting wrong habits, keeping bad company of friends and the main cause is lack of effective communication between a parent and child.. Parents need to understand that it's not just that their child is growing with time they too need to grow their responsibility and understanding as their child grows and enters different stages of his life...

Now a days we see in many nuclear families both parent are working, whole day they are out so in that case what will a child do where should he/she go share his problems, where should they share their growing up experiences, who should they go for love, that's when the relation begins to fall weak..Children start indulging too much in friends, start maintaining distance with their parents, they begin to have thoughts as though parents don't love them anymore...
For any parent the first and utmost important thing is their children, they are the best gift god gives to them...When children enter teenage parents need to pay more attention, they should be more open with their children, they should spend a good quality time with them...as children grow up the only thing they want from their parents is trust and understanding.. it is often seen parents whose attitude is more open, trustworthy and understanding towards their children tend to indulge in less wrong habits than those children whose parents keep them in strict bars, always scolding them and restricting them..This not the solution...

Children now days have become very sensitive..corrected for any little wrong hits their ego and they end up playing with their lives...so considering all the dangerous steps adopted by children in their growing up period it's the duty of parents to take due care..They should love their children, enjoy them, understand them, spend time with them and respect them and motivate them to do the right.."TO BRING UP A CHILD IN THE WAY HE SHOULD GO, TRAVEL THAT WAY YOURSELF ONCE IN A WHILE".

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