New Goals, New Dreams, New Aspirations

Parenting is something really important to think about for 2018…Do you have plans to better your parenting? Do you have plans to change something you are doing with something you are not doing? Do you have plans to change something to be more effective when parenting or to just better educate your children?

Every year there is always something you can do to better your parenting. Think about it!

What can you do? Parenting is the toughest job. It never ends. It is a constant 24 hour 7 days a week job. It is a job that rarely gets rewarded. It is a job that will exhaust you to no end. It is a job that is something on your mind every second of every day.

I always asked myself; WHAT CAN I DO TO BE A BETTER PARENT?  WHAT CAN I DO TO MAKE MY CHILDREN GROW UP TO BE RESPECTFUL, KIND, THOUGHTFUL, AND INTELLIGENT HUMAN BEINGS WHO WILL GIVE SOMETHING, not only to themselves, but to others and to our future?  

That is some task to complete, isn’t it? What questions do you ask yourself? What thoughts do you have about parenting that you need answers to? What are some things you would like to share with others?

If we don’t think about it, parenting is just something we do and whatever happens to our children, happens. Once they are adults, that is it. No one can change another person once they have developed into that person. Therefore, every decision we make and everything we teach our children is extremely important. It is extremely important to you, to the child, and to our future. What kind of person would you help to create? What kind of environment is needed to further the development of the child you think that child should be?

I would love to hear your thoughts!

 

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      1. My daughter is 16 now. My biggest thing is consistency. A parent can’t be wish washy. Communication is second. You need to know what’s going on in your kids head. My 3rd is knowing what motivates your kid. You need to know what you can take away from then that will really matter when you need to discipline them. Be a parent not a friend. Don’t give in to parental peer pressure. Your kids do what you do, not what you say. That’s a start.

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