8 Habits That Can Ruin Both Parent's and Kids' Lives - NasaTube

8 Habits That Can Ruin Both Parent's and Kids' Lives - playonclick.com

Download Video Download Mp3

By: BRIGHT SIDEPublished: 3 months ago

589, 427 views

11, 382 Likes   557 Dislikes

Parents always try to do the best for their kids to make them happy and healthy. However, there are some things that parents do every day that can pretty serious psychological damage not only to their kids but to themselves as well. Avoid these everyday habits that seem normal but in fact are very dangerous to give your kid the best upbringing and be a perfect parent.
A study at the University of Mary Washington has shown that this constant rush often has negative outcomes for mental health, including anxiety and depression. So delegate what errands you can to someone else or postpone them till the weekend when you can leave the kids with their grandparents or a baby-sitter.
Children often refuse to eat what’s been given to them when they see their parents hurriedly eating unhealthy snacks instead of a proper meal.
Find a good activity for your kids during your phone conversations, whether it be a box of crayons, some puzzles, or a book. Warn them before you get on the phone that you’ll be unavailable for a certain amount of time and stick to your word.
Instead of screaming at your kid over something as petty as a lost or broken toy, help them find or fix it. If they’re struggling in school, sit down and work together on improving those grades.
Compassion works much better than comparison. So praise your kids’ strengths, tell them you’ll be there for them no matter what, and set realistic goals together.

Music: Ukulele_Beach

Constant rush 0:40
Force-feeding 1:50
Not setting boundaries 2:45
Inducing panic and fear 3:53
Self-criticism 4:57
Comparing your kids to others 6:00
Fear of disapproval 6:55
Neglecting family 7:43

-Hurried panic isn’t just reserved for parents, it also gets passed on to the kids, and nobody needs that kind of negativity in their life no matter what their age.
-Your child won’t ever throw tantrums over healthy food if the whole family gathers at the table and it’s not only the child who’s getting the vitamins.
-If you don’t want your kid bothering you when you have an important call, explain to them, why you’ll no longer react to them during this time so that the sudden change doesn’t confuse them.
-Let your kids mess up a bit and help them understand what they can do to fix what they’ve done and avoid those mistakes next time.
-If you constantly call yourself fat or ugly or stupid or whatever bad names you tend to assign yourself, your child will think that this sort of self-loathing is totally normal and okay.
-Comparing your kid to their siblings, peers, or even themselves in the past suppresses their talents, distances them from you, and lowers their self-esteem.
-Teach your kids to always tell the truth and not to put everyone else before themselves.
-Remember, everything you do sets an example for your kids. This also has to do with how much attention you and your kids pay to each other.

Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz

Our Social Media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/

5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC

For more videos and articles visit:

Related Videos

Analytics code