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Before you feel completely exhausted and like there is nothing else you can possibly do, keep in mind that these qualities of a good mother are learned behaviors. If you don’t already possess them, you can easily add them with a little practice. Along with the value of sleep, one of the first lessons new mothers encounter is patience. Infants cry, toddlers slobber, and older children push your boundaries. However, it can be challenging for young children to learn patience, especially when adults find it difficult to practice it. Being patient as a mother is crucial, even on the most challenging days when your toddler is obviously impatient. It will not only assist you in modeling “good behavior” for your child, but it will also enable you to deal with them in a mature manner. It takes practice to develop patience. One of the simplest ways to give your child a sense of security is consistency, but it’s also one of the hardest things for parents to practice. We aspire to be the ideal parents. a humorous parent. the sympathetic parent. Children make errors. Also, parents do. Good mothers pardon their children. The best mothers are those who teach their children a lesson while also forgiving them. Parenting with Love and Logic, one of my favorite parenting books, offers advice on how to teach your children lessons naturally. It relieves parents of the need to punish because children will naturally learn the consequences of their actions (obviously, it is still the responsibility of the parent to keep their children safe, so letting your child run loose in the street probably isn’t advised as a natural consequence). When the kids break your favorite coffee mug, it’s okay to be upset. Love and Logic teaches you when to express your anger and when to let the kids learn from their mistakes.

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