We all want to be the best parents we can be for our kids, but there’s a lot of conflicting advice out there on how to raise a confident, kind, and successful child. Managing complex new responsibilities and tense new decisions, all while dealing with the ordinary questions that come up in daily life with the children we love, has become more challenging and contentious as a result of the pandemic. It’s critical to focus on balancing priorities, juggling tasks, and fast switching between the demands of your children, other family members, and oneself during the circus act of parenting. Modern parents have access to the full internet and do not rely on any single authority. It’s difficult to know who or what to believe. We’ll discuss ways to assist your child grow into a person you admire without losing yourself in the process. According to research, being authoritative rather than dictatorial is more helpful in raising a self-reliant child with good self-esteem. You want your child to respect, trust, and listen to you rather than be afraid of you. You don’t want to be a helicopter parent, but you do want to be supportive.
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