Monday, August 11, 2014

Important things you should say to your child..

Children look up to their parents for support, for validation, and for encouragement. They look up to their parents to emulate them, to teach them right from wrong and to hold their hands when they falter. So the onus on us to be all that to them is even more than we would like think! It’s an oft repeated statement that we should be careful of what we speak to our kids and what we speak when they are around. It is equally important what we say to them through our gestures and words. Kids are like those highly absorbent sponges, soaking in everything they see us do or hear us say.

Here are seven important things you must say to your kid-
I love you – I say this to my kids every single day, as they leave for school, as they retire to bed and anytime in between. My kids light up every time I say it, and they tell me that they love me too. It’s an obvious thing, but it needs to be said. Hugs and kisses are other forms of showing your love. All these verbal and physical forms of love makes kids feel secure and cared for.
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  1. and those three words are very important ..

    read it .. and very good advice :) for all parents

  2. these things will surely make every child feel special in their life !

  3. I so agree!! Sometimes we're so busy checking and improving and criticizing, we forget to love and appreciate!

  4. Agree with you completely! These small little words make a BIG difference! :)

  5. Very good advice! A big thank you for this article

  6. Some very good advice there. I particularly value the points about failure and appreciating the effort, and about asking their opinion on matters that effect the whole family. Very well done, Titli!

  7. Excellent points, especially the last 4!


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