The 5 Pillars Of Positive Parenting You Need To Know (1) (1)

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  1. Surekha Busa says:

    I agree with you so much. Parents should really understand their kids too and have empathy with them in such situations like internet or gadget addiction.

  2. Positive Parenting is definitely important! And most importantly, make sure you and the other parent are on the same page. It is extremely difficult when the parents don’t agree and parent a different style.

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Yes! I love your point about emotion regulation. It’s crucial to regualte our own emotions first- if we can’t do it ourselves then how can we expect our children to? Speaking with empathy and using natural consequences rather than punishment are so important in teaching our children effective self-regualtion.

  4. Elena Toma says:

    These are such great tips about parenting ! Really nice !

  5. Gervin Khan says:

    Wow, these are great tips and I am sure these tips of yours will help a lot of parents to do more of positive way of parenting.

  6. Samantha Donnelly says:

    Regulating emotions is hard for any parent at times, my three have certainly pushed me at times, but we are only human. But realising this is a huge key

  7. Monidipa Dutta says:

    Why the Role of a Parent Is So Important to a Child’s Development. … Much research has placed great emphasis on the role parents play in their child’s development. Parents are not only caretakers, but they are instrumental in the development of their child’s social, emotional, cognitive and physical well-being.

  8. Blair villanueva says:

    My bestfriend is a new Mom and I believe she will benefit more of your post. Will share this to her 😉

  9. I believe in positive approach in everything. Positivity is a key to better world. or so I think. Great article, nicely written too.

  10. I’m using this technique with my son and I must say it’s the best thing I’ve ever done. I don’t have to constantly fight with him and our conversation flows so well

  11. David Elliott says:

    I can go with this up to a certain point. I think children need to find their boundaries and if you don’t provide them properly they will keep trying to push. But I do think developing a relationship and trying to be positive is a good thing. I think it really comes down to balance. Not everything can be positive and not everything can be negative. And being honest with your kids is essential I think as well.

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