To feel love is one basic needs all human being requires. There are many children abandoned by parents to face the cold harsh reality of the world. After being neglected, they’re thrown into Orphanages where they’re mistreated and are sometimes left to fend for themselves. They’re often physically abused, coerced into prostitution and substance abuse, and some even gain attachment with gangs. What Children need from Parents is time and love not toys.
They don’t need it from strangers but they need it from you, their parent(s). Showing your child that you love them is not rocket science. It will present a challenge, especially if you’re new to parenting. However, it’s possible to give your children the love they deserve. It’s your responsibility to give it. Here’s how…Children need love responsibility give
Children need to feel love by parents responsibility will come.
It’s a responsible parent who sets and enforces rules within their home. However, parents should do well to consider the emotions of their child when setting rules. While children need boundaries, they could be too close-fitted or rigid that they allow your child to rebel. Parents need to be considerate and reasonable. A typical example: Your son has expressed his want to stay with a friend at his home for just a few hours. It’s not a school night and the friend is a good kid… so are his parents.
Your child need to feel love
- Play time: Make time for needs.
Do you bend the rules to his wishes or are you reluctant? If you give your child boundaries, it’s a sure sign that you trust them. In turn, they’ll work hard to make sure they keep, instead of breaking that trust. Parents, it won’t hurt occasionally to give in to your children’s requests, provided they’re not breaking the law or hurting themselves. Are you always too busy with ‘this’ and ‘that’ to spend some quality time with your kids? Are you always making decisions without considering how the emotional needs of a child, your child, affected? I know it is hard especially if you are a single parents.
- Needs and wants : Discipline
Our child much like you an I, their human too. When your child fails to live up to your standards, for one reason or the other, be cautious when applying discipline. Be careful not to discipline your child in public or in the presence of his siblings. Discipline is often mistaken with physical force. You don’t have to touch your child to enforce discipline. Physical discipline often results in physical abuse. Disciplining your children should no way border verbal abuse of any sort. That could lead to resentment and emotional scars. Be gentle and bear in mind that you were once young. We’re all subjected to failure. As Parents It’s your responsibility.