Positive and positive attraction: a paradigm shift
There is a lot of pressure on parents about how to raise their children. As a parent, I am often faced with difficult decisions about how to get my four-year-old to learn to behave well. I think the hardest of all is whether to punish a child for wrong behavior and how to do it. It is true that true discipline begins with you as a parent. Your child learns from those around him. From the first word, they will try to copy what their parents, siblings or caregivers do. So in essence, if you want positive parenting solutions, you need to start by examining yourself first, before impacting the same on your child. Here are five lessons that you may find helpful in achieving a positive outcome for your child.
1. Always be attentive and respond positively to life.
A good listener is not quick to respond or make judgments. Even in discussions, try to listen to what the other party has to say and respond positively. A child will grow up learning positive traits and won’t cry when things don’t seem to be going his way.
2. Always be organized.
A well-planned lifestyle, in which time is spent on everything, will teach your child to know when it is time to play, sleep, eat or any other activity; without having to remind you all the time.
3. Always show love and care to those around you.
In homes where there is lack of love or care; couples who barely speak leave a huge gap even with children. You will find a child withdrawn and unwilling to talk when he is not in the mood. These kids end up being introverts, no matter what happens, except when it suits them.
4. Always take calculated risks.
We constantly find, and sometimes seek, “quick fix” solutions to the things we face. A well-calculated risk assessment strategy will teach your child to seek knowledge before trying something new. You can say that mistakes make you learn, but don’t do stupid things.
5. Always learn to give back.
Once you have learned and acquired what you are looking for, form the habit of teaching others. Because by doing so, we make our environment conducive to growth. A child learns to share and not be greedy, greedy, or disruptive to others.
In conclusion, I would say that positive actions always give positive results.