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How to Bridge The Generation Gap Between Parents and Child

The generation gap between parents and children starts creeping up when the children convert into the teens. How you ever retrospect, when did your father comment the first time on your hairstyle or eating preferences? You may find it odd. The next few days you find that the parents do the same. You suddenly realize that they cannot understand your preferences and the way you do certain things. If you are struggling hard to understand, why do your children have a different opinion? How to sort out things that shoot up the differences? This post is for you. Tips to Fill The Generation Gap Between Parent and Child 1. Interact and Participate More The more you, interact with them, the more you can read your children’s minds. Take time to think do you watch television together or hang out together on weekends. If the answer is yes, you are well on your way. Apart from being a parent, what else you can be in your children’s life. 2. Don’t Expect Children To Behave The Same You do Your child

7 Sign Of Bad Parenting And How To Change It?

Parenting children give you immense pleasure. Everybody wants the best education and upbringing of their children. Parenting is never an easy task. It takes a lot of effort. It is difficult to be a good parent consistently. Parents can use their parenting style which may or may not be a good idea. Parents need to figure out the right parenting style. Here we are pointing out some bad parenting styles that parents should be aware of. We are providing some inputs on how to change bad parenting styles. 1. Over Caring or Under Caring Children love to get attention, children want their parents to be supportive. But over or very little indulgences do not go down well with the children. If you are hyper or hypo sensitivity about your child, the child would conceal his/her personal life. 2. Rigid Punishment Rigid punishment can make your child rebellious, antisocial and can spoil your relationship with your children. Instead of punishing your child, you can make him understand his folly and fo