I truly adore kids! Aren’t they like a breath of fresh air in your otherwise mundane life? Right from the first words they speak to the first steps they take, every first calls for a celebration. Picture coming home from a tiring day at work and getting just one glimpse of your child’s happy face – isn’t it the best stress buster in the world? Sure is, for me!
I’m a blessed mother of two beautiful kids and raising them has been quite an adventure! In the journey of bringing up my children, I have made many mistakes. I have learned what works for them and what doesn’t. Each child is different and responds differently to various situations posed to them. Here are key personality development pointers for children that I believe every parent must keep in mind while raising a child:
Kids are highly impressionable, and we as parents have to nurture good ideals in them especially in their formative years. The values you inculcate in your child today will determine his future tomorrow. Be additionally careful about the things, people and mediums your child has an exposure to. Enjoy your journey of parenthood; there’s truly nothing as satisfying!
I am Aradhana. I am a passionate writer and love to write on topics like parenting, wellness, health and lifestyle. I believe good health is the key to success and happiness. I am a contributor for natural news, elephant journal, naturally savvy and MomJunction. Through my writings, I want to motivate people to develop healthy habits and adopt natural ways of living to achieve sound health.
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The most important trait is missing: teach your kids to be confident. That's the key to everything else. they need to be confident about who they are and what they do. Help them boost their self-respect, and improve their faith in themselves. Thanks.
This is a nice post.I would add that you should never label your child. That's on the top of my list of things you should never do. Even if you compare your child with a good person, it is wrong, Let them express theiir own personality, without having to behave in a specific way.
Bhuvi Kumar says:
nice post for about to become parents ,Avoid Comparisons and learn to say no are the two things that parents usually miss out.
Vinay Sharmaa says:
confidence boosting, encouraging, good values, motivating and being supportive to them and helping them to explore their true self is a must for every parents to do and as eno said no comparing is also a must which a lot of parents do thanks for sharing this blog aradhana you pointed out a lot of points which some parents generally miss out