• We expect the parents to do ...

  • Nurture Their Natural Spirituality Children are very close to a spiritual possibility if only they are not meddled with. Generally, either the parents, teachers, society, television Ė somebody or the other meddles with them too much. Create an atmosphere where this meddling is minimized and a child is encouraged to grow into his intelligence rather than into your identity of religion. The child will become naturally spiritual without even knowing the word spirituality.

  • If you set an example of fear and anxiety, how can you expect your children to live in joy? They will also learn the same thing. The best thing you can do is to create a joyous and loving atmosphere.

  • Stop imposing yourself on the child and create a strong friendship rather than being a boss. Donít sit on a pedestal and tell the child what she should do. Place yourself below the child so that itís easy for them to talk to you.

  • If you are genuinely interested in giving your children a good upbringing, you should first transform yourself into a peaceful and loving human being.

  • Let them become whatever they have to become. Donít try to mold them according to your understanding of life. Your child need not do what you did in your life. Your child should do something that you did not even dare to think in your life. Only then will the world progress.

  • Enforcing limits is really about teaching kids how to behave in the world and helping them to become competent, caring, and in control.

  • Schedule daily special time. Let your child choose an activity where you hang out together for 10 or 15 minutes with no interruptions. There s no better way for you to show your love.

  • Encourage daddy time. The greatest untapped resource available for improving the lives of our children is time with Dad -- early and often. Kids with engaged fathers do better in school, problem-solve more successfully, and generally cope better with whatever life throws at them.

  • Teach by example. Children follow what you do more than what you say.

  • Discipline with love. To discipline means to guide or bring out the best in your child and that is best done with love.

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