Is it more than a "child love" that kids want?
Well, this page takes you two ways to find the answers to your "child love" questions.
You could do one of the following, if you're getting frustrated, because your kids refuse your love, to know exactly what you should do.
The insights include methods to raise good kids, treat disobedient kids kindly with a sense of logic, get into your kids' shoes to see how they thing and know why they behave that way and get the big picture of raising skilled kids based on what they love do, which you find good for them.
Now, you will find some answers below to treat your child well with love without spoiling it.
There're many problems out there concerning child love, and some parents are getting more confused everyday, because they think that their kids are getting out of control.
Those children are over 14, as I heard from their parents. They just refuse to be treated by that kind of child love and wanted to feel they are young and... well, have grown enough to have that control.
They even laugh when they see some instructions in some supermarkets to know that they cannot buy lotto, or beer and ask why sixteens could do that. They may even smash or smooch them with anger.
Although it's not a matter of control, and some modern parents may think the word is not suitable, or even worse, I should say there're some experiences to this issue.
It all depends on the dialogue you run when you deal inside your family and even out of the house, when you take them to some places. You can express your love the other way around.
Upgrade it when they are kinds. "Standardize" it and develop it with the sense of the way they think. Feel yourself at that age, without having to throw your brain away. Keep balance between your feelings and your mind. That is the best way to "standardize" your child love.
Some parents withstand their child love, when their kids exaggerate for long on their disobedience, by using some measures to control them. Those who practice this kind of control say that they do not mean dictating their children.
It's on "child love" that people from my culture and I, for example have been oriented to do a massive job. We love our kids, although they might be alerted when they become teenagers to refuse our overwhelming child love.
They may act like being mature enough for dads or moms love. When this feeling occurs and when they believe that their maturity should be respected, moms and dads may feel time has arrived to be neglected.
So, what are they going to do? Or what they should do exactly to eliminate any contradiction between their willingness and that of their kids?
I do not believe that there's a problem at all in this situation although some parents do. There's indeed a major change on relations between them and their kids, that should take place, if they are still bringing them up using their old methods.
Those methods are old fashioned or designed for babies. "Child Love" goes beyond that to motivate parents to use bright letters while wording with some polite touches to address their kids and show them the right way.
What parents do need really is to change their old golden days methods and be optimistic to reflect good pictures for your children to understand any issue in question. Some problem management skills they get from the resources of child love could help them manage kids problems.
Methods that are made up for babies or very young children will of course be controversial for kids. They will not live up to them. Even parents will not meet the end goals of raising good children, each with good formal measures of intelligence, passion, self ideal and self improvement skills.
If changes occur mentally and physically in their children physical and human structures, so why should their parents' instructions be the same?
Every age has it own rules and that what makes the "standardized child love measures" I pointed above work to help children and parents alike, considering some bright letter and polite touches towards children.
There's a saying that goes like this: "When your child grows you should become his brother." I assume the controversial meaning also in this proverb concerning the child sex. However, there is always a variation between love and sex and further between love and romance.
When you become his brother, or even sister for your daughter, s/he understands you well, because you feel like him or her. The point is that only your feelings tell you what they feel and tell you even how would they accept this or that in that age.
Any well oriented practice of discipline could reflect positively on their children the get the idea of seriousness in serious situations and know exactly how to live up to the challenges.
It is part of the responsibility parents should try to raise their kids with to help them build good personal charisma and go through some methods of building distinguished carisma to live real personal happiness and achieve personal success.
Who says, mothers only can raise their daughters well?
I did not find any logic in this statement, as we hear it continuously in traditional and conservative societies and even in modern societies. This is because the gentle sex tend to have more love for their fathers than the love they have for their mothers.
Girls love their fathers more. I can see many eyes stopped at this. The fact is just beyond that physiological understanding and psychological barriers (psychobiologically reside) between the gentle sex and what I love to call the wild sex.
It is not a gender issue. But, it certainly is a matter of observation to some behaviors here and there, while experimenting with child love to find solutions to some questions.
Attention: More about Child Love is in the Useful resources Section Below.
Find some more insights on "child love": Learn what to do "When Our Grown Kids Disappoint Us: Letting Go of Their Problems, Loving Them Anyway, and Getting On with Our Lives".
Children need when they become kids more than "child love". They need (parenting friendly methods) rather than tough disciplinary methods. Parenting friendly that takes "children love" to its second mental level.
No matter what parents think of some controversial behaviour of their kids, they should understand these behaviors at the time they occur and according to the circumstances involved.We should love them without spoiling them: Take these 100 Other Timeless Tips for Raising Terrific Kids and Loving without Spoiling.
While counseling here on child love, we are going to seek some helpful tips about this concept from other respected sources:
When kids hit their teen years, "parenting" takes on a whole new dimension. As they struggle toward independence and autonomy, some dicey issues emerge.
And the real world you want them to be ready for can make you shudder-kids today face life-and-death decisions long before they're on their own.
So what do you do?
According to Jim Fay and Foster Cline, hovering and drilling won't prepare teens for the real world. Because they learn responsibility like they learn everything else: through practice.
That's where love-and-logic parenting comes in. Love means giving your teens opportunities to be responsible and empowering them to make their own decisions.
Logic means allowing them to live with the natural consequences of their mistakes-and showing empathy for the pain, disappointment, and frustration they'll experience.You need to read "Love and Logic Magic when Kids Leave You Speechless" Love and Logic Magic: When Kids Leave You Speechless.
When you parent with love and logic, it's a win-win situation. You win because you'll learn to love in a healthy way and effectively guide your teens, without resorting to anger, threats, and power struggles that will haunt them along the path to adulthood.
And your teens win because they'll learn responsibility and the logic of life by solving their own problems and acquiring the tools they'll need to cope with the real world.
As a parent, you face no greater challenge-and no greater opportunity-than to guide your children through their teen years toward productive, happy, and responsible adulthood.
Parenting Teens with Love and Logic will help you meet that challenge and rejoice in that opportunity.Read more about "child love" and Parenting Teens with Love and Logic and order this good parenting teen-agers book here: Best Books for Kids Who (Think They) Hate to Read: 125 Books That Will Turn Any Child into a Lifelong Reader.
"Child Love" is good for Both Children and Young Adults! However, it needs a shift when it comes to kids. Let's shift it with you through our online free consulting services at the Ezine Act's Network. Use the Contact Us link above.
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