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Nill
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How to bring up a child

I am going to have a child and I try to get as much information about being a parent as it`s possible. I will buy books on this theme and i`m looking after the proper material.Have anybody ever read something like that? Can you advise me something. Also I would like to go to different lessons that study to bring up children. Of course, my mother will help to grow my kids, I`m sure. She wants to have grandchindren so much so she will adore them. I strongly feel she will bring up them properly.
And how will you bring up a child? Are you and your partner ready to devote a child all your time? Will you do all by yourself or ask for a help of nannies and gradndparents?

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John
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How to bring up a child

The key to raising a well-rounded child is to establish a solid support system at home so that he grows up satisfied with his achievements and ambitions. The goal as a parent is to help your child feel competent and confident, and to help his develop a sense of passion and purpose.
Teach your children the rules of the household (and those you want them to abide by). It may sound harsh, but you must bring boundaries into the house and do it early, because then they will be less upset when you punish them. I don't believe in slapping children, I believe in naughty-steps, scoldings and the warning-warning-punishment.

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Mike24
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Be an example for your child. Monkey see-monkey do. You should not do something that you wish your children not to do, even when they are not in your presence.
Teach them to be healthy and widen their tastes. Start them with fruit and veg and teach them to brush. You should widen their taste to different foods but don't force.
Don't forget about love and respect. As your child gets older they want more respect and privacy but at the same time they deep-down want your love. Learn to respect and give them a more mature love that doesn't involve kissing.

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Nill
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Never go by the saying "If you want to act like a child, I'll treat you like one". It doesn't work and only ends up with older children getting angrier.
If you want to bring up good children educate them. You should be asking them what they did in school today, what they enjoy and don't and especially what they find difficult.
Let them be themselves. Don't choose their bedroom layout for them, or tell them what jobs they can't and can do, it makes them feel useless and annoyed, and they may also be afraid they will upset you.

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Nill
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Educating children is a complex business requiring a lot of much patience. To do this the thing from the soul, day in, day out, following the same principles, otherwise You will not succeed. A small child, like all living beings, in their initial phase of development is particularly prone to visual perception phenomena. Multiple repetition of one and the same action stimulates the child's mind up on this situation, and simply put - the imitation of adults. No wonder the kids are so fond of saying to parents, "threatening" finger Teddy bear, who "doesn't want to eat porridge or, for example, patting his stomach at the onset of satiety.

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Nill
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Overprotection is also fraught with negative consequences. All that the child is already able to do yourself, and he needs to do. If you're going to do for their child, then get ready for what you have to do for him all his life. Yes, he will later realize that certain things you must do yourself, but it still will not or will be, but against their will. As a result, utter dependence.Do not put the child sharply before the fact to do something or other. You should try to warn him in advance. He, too, have their own business. Indulgence – harm. Hardness is the place. Otherwise it will come out your neck, no more when it will not peel off. ;)

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Nill
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The baby will teach you, step by step, about labor and delivery. It's called 'on the job' training. Don't worry about post-partum depression; it doesn't happen that often and, if you happen to be one it does happen to, it usually only lasts for a week or two. Don't worry, you will be just fine, and when you hold your little angel for the first time, you will forget about everything

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Nill
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also a very important aspect of parenting is watching cartoons. When viewing celebrate the moments where someone is crying and upset. Pay attention that these heroes someone regretted. Show when a child compassion to animals on the street, feed them. Note the stray dogs, tell your child that someone bad was kicked out on the street dog, and now she is alone and afraid of everything. Don't be afraid to talk about feelings, otherwise the baby will not understand the reality. Gradually, the child must come to the conclusion that in the world there is pain and problems, and that it may help someone and change the world for the better.
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Nill
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Being a parent is stressful but rewarding, and in order to be a good parent you must make good children.Teach your children the rules of the household (and those you want them to abide by). It may sound harsh, but you must bring boundaries into the house and do it early, because then they will be less upset when you punish them. I don't believe in slapping children, I believe in naughty-steps, scoldings and the warning-warning-punishment.Read. Do not start them with watching TV all day. Read them to sleep, and also give them educational books that teach them to read and write themselves.Love and respect. As your child gets older they want more respect and privacy but at the same time they deep-down want your love. Learn to respect and give them a more mature love that doesn't involve kissing.Never go by the saying "If you want to act like a child, I'll treat you like one". It doesn't work and only ends up with older children getting angrier.

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Nill
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How to bring up a child

Teach your children the rules of the household (and those you want them to abide by). It may sound harsh, but you must bring boundaries into the house and do it early, because then they will be less upset when you punish them. I don't believe in slapping children, I believe in naughty-steps, scoldings and the warning-warning-punishment. Do not start them with watching TV all day. Read them to sleep, and also give them educational books that teach them to read and write themselves. The next thing is love and respect. As your child gets older they want more respect and privacy but at the same time they deep-down want your love. Learn to respect and give them a more mature love that doesn't involve kissing. And finally, older siblings should not be left out or be made to feel like they must be an example. Let older siblings feel involved in younger siblings being brought up- but don't shove the responsibility of being a parent on them.

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Nill
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More time to play with other children: After your child has returned from school in kindergarten home, let him to play with other children. Game in extra-curricular, the environment outside of the kindergarten helps the child to relax. This unstructured environment, where there is no interference of parents, and the child's behavior is not controlled. This is the time when children show their true nature and attitude. Playground is an unstructured place where they communicate.
Involve children in family activities: This is a common misconception when it is considered that it is necessary to keep children away from issues related to the family and the household, in order to protect them from excessive loads. It may be unconscious alienation of the child. Involve him in these decisions, like buying products in the supermarket and even larger purchases such as a car or a new TV, ask them to help make cakes for the celebration, to take care of the dog, or help with cleaning the kitchen. This will acquaint him with the sense of responsibility.

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