Happy Children how can we tell if we are raising them. Children are beautiful gifts wrapped in well decorated colorful blankets. Unwrapping those gifts can be joyous for some and sad for others. Because of the responsibilities associated with their children. As a parent, it’s important to make sure that you are raising jovial kids. While there are bouts of distractions and influence of friends. Raising happy children is not a mere dream. Its real and you can contribute to that happiness.
Raising Happy Children Here’s how to tell
Are you skeptical as to whether your child is happy? Here’s how you can put your mind at ease and tell if your children are please.Worst case scenario: Your child loves to rebel and disobey the rules laid down within your house. What could this be? Regardless of how strong you enforce regulations within the home. If your child is unhappy. They’re going to throw a tantrum or resist those rules. Happy children are more inclined to not only listen but also obey. “I just want my kids to love who they are, have happy lives and find something they want to do and make peace with that.
Raising Happy Children Here’s how to tell you on the right track.
Your job as a parent is to give your kids not only the instincts and talents to survive, but help them enjoy their lives.” Susan Sarandon. Play with your young one. Talk to them these are the cherish time a kid remember about their childhood.Deep seated issues whether in school or at home could ignite rebelliousness and take over the success of your family. Raising happy children is a difficult task but the happiness of your child is worth the challenge.
Their grades are consistent
Happy children excel in school. That’s a fact. If your child gets A’s and B’s all year round, that’s a sign you’re doing your best. Make sure they’re well taken care off. The same is true for the reverse they may need help in school. If your child starts to limit what they once enjoyed and their grades begin to crumble. That could show that their happiness decreasing. loving parent should do well to make sure that they take the necessary steps to help their child in this regard. Education is important and so is their happiness. Once they’re consistent in their effort and above average they will prove some measure of happiness.
Raising Happy Children now
Go right ahead and ask
The most obvious way is by getting straight to the point ask. Drawing conclusions about the happiness of your children can lead to misunderstanding. Muster up boldness to ask questions. While you might not ask your youth directly. Simple ways can do the trick. Many parents shy away from talking with their child because of fear. However, that shouldn’t be the case. Instead of doubt parents should be brave enough to confront them about the matter. In order to be effective in raising happy children. Parents should take their roles as caretaker with love and tenderness. This strengthen bond make the family stronger. Raising our kids is not an easy task at times. But as an adult. We need to take responsible. To build young future leaders. What are your thoughts?
This is a great post. It is so important to make sure that your children are happy.
Kallee, Very much so make our kids happy good for there self-esteem. Thanks for support.
I like to think I am, but these are great guidelines to keep an eye on. Drastic changes in these areas definitely warrant further conversations.
Allison, Kids have a funny way of letting us know they are unhappy as a parent we just have to be alert. Thanks for your continue support.
I need to ask my children their thoughts. The 3 year old is good, but my son is 10 and as he continues to get older I want to make sure he is good. Thanks for sharing.
Your children will let you know….Keep talking to them. Thank you for your support.
Great point about asking children questions. I have a 17yo son, 12 yo daughter, and 7 yo son and I’m always talking to them. They are little humans with thoughts, feelings, & desires – and I love hearing them describe what’s going on in their heads. :).
Carin, So true especially with Teens you have to build trust early. Thanks for your comments.
Thank you so much for the info. Children should be happy and carefree. Now I know how to tell if a child isn’t.
Terri, Glad you like blog post. Thanks for your continue support.
This is a great post. Sometimes everyday life can be so hectic but it’s definitely good to access your children’s thoughts. My oldest is 9 and sometimes struggles with his schoolwork (shoot sometimes I struggle with his schoolwork lol). I definitely pick his brain though, gotta keep the babies good!
Kara, Glad you like this post. Thanks for your support.
This is a great list for neuro-typical kids without underlying disorders like ADHD or Autism.
Dorothy, You can still can raise happy children with ADHD & Autism with lots of support. Thanks for your comment.
These are good things to look out for. I think it really depends on the kid. Some may get good grades but be very unhappy or not follow directions but are happy. You really need to know your kid to know reasons for their actions and if they are happy.
Glad you like it and thank you for continue support.
I love that my girls smile and hug and kiss, but also that my tot is secure enough to do a class on her own and then come and tell me all about it. Happy kids rock!
Chelley, Great “Happy kids rock” indeed. Thanks for your support.
This is a great post! As corny as it sounds, I sit and watch them at times and how happy and secure they are. It really does my heart good.
Camesha, Great I am happy to hear. Thanks for sharing.
I was kind of worried when I first saw this title – maybe avoiding reading it – because I was a bit worried that maybe my daughter isn’t happy. She’s two and it’s one of my biggest fears that she isn’t happy, isn’t fulfilled!
Madaline, I think you are a good mother …the fact that was one of your concern led me to think you care about the happiness of your child. Thanks for your support.
Communication is the key. Things are so different now. They may just need a sounding board.
Debbie, You are correct lack of communication is not good. Thank you for continue support.
I don’t have any kids yet but I appreciated this post. All great points to consider
Vashi, Thank you for your support and sharing with friends.
Hi Patrice, I am very excited to be on your blog. I really love this article. You pointed out so many useful suggestions. I will be on the look out!
Blessings to you.
Ifeoma, I am glad you like it. Thanks for your support.