Parenting Done Right

It isn’t easy to raise children that have proper values instilled in their everyday actions. Examples of bad parenting are seen all around us, in children that grew up as young individuals who don’t respect older people and those that complain all the time.

Children that get everything in their lives as well as not being punished for their wrong actions grow up to be people who don’t recognize No for an answer and individuals who don’t know what to do when someone refuses to abide by them.


Many parents are unaware of the three F’s of correct parenting. These three things represent the right way to teach the children how to behave properly. The three F’s are as following:
– Firm explanation of the consequences of the action the child might take. The parent should clearly explain the effects that a child will suffer if they behave inappropriately. Once the child realizes that they aren’t going to go unscathed with bad behavior, then they might avoid it.
– Fair punishment for the inappropriate behavior is the pillar of good parenting. Too mild punishment and your child will repeat the deed just because the penalty didn’t teach them a lesson.

Too severe punishment and your child will hate you, and they will keep on doing other types of inappropriate behavior. Right punishment for the correct behavior is what will work. Reoccurring behavior should have a scale of increasing punishment.
– A friendly approach to the child that behaved inappropriately is the best way to inform them of their wrongdoing. Yelling at them won help, but talking about the actions they took will. Sit with them and talk about alternative behavior they could have done to avoid the mistake they did.

No matter what kind of punishment you use on your child, it will have no effect unless you reward him for their good behavior. Sanctions are necessary because they build the foundation of the child, but the rewards are useful as well. If a child does right things, then they should be rewarded for that. It is also important to reward the child that evades the bad behavior.
The child is not an animal, and you can’t only train it to be good, you have to talk to them. Children must feel the parents’ love, so every parent should take some free time to spend with them. Telling a child what to do is ineffective, it is better to show them how to do something. This approach will yield more success, and the children will easily learn the task.
The children are very frail, and they don’t know how to cope with the feeling we, the adults, live with on everyday basis. One of the jobs of the parents is to teach the children that it is okay to be upset or angry, and it is the responsibility of the parents to teach the children how to cope with those feelings.

Listening is important, as children react differently to some things. Once a parent can visualize the feelings and the situation conveyed by the child then the parent is doing a good job at raising their children.