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December 25, 2020 3 min to read

Ways to raise happy kids

Category : Lifestyle

Raising a happy child largely depends on the parents, and how they prepare the environment. It is not as easy as it may look.

There are factors that you need to keep in mind. You need to avoid some and adapt some for the best parenting results.

It’s quite normal for parents to want their kids to be happy. You have to keep in mind you can’t control your kids and push them to be happy.

However, you can always do certain things to enhance their surroundings, and increase the chances of raising a happy kid. For that, you need to create an environment that is happy, safe, and full of optimism and positivity.

A good parent will always strive to do things and take decisions that will bring out the best in their kids. The vital point here is to remember that no one is perfect.

So we need to adapt ourselves to each others’ ways, behaviors, and habits.

Not being perfect doesn’t mean you can not work towards your goal to raise a happy kid. You need to be confident with what you have, and try to utilize that to become a role model, a better person, and a happy being for your kids.

Let’s check out some points on how to become a good parent for our kids.

Tips on Good Parenting

Good parenting is a process, which requires time and patience, some of the steps discussed here may not be easy to achieve but we should try to follow these to raise a happy child.

Even if it’s time-consuming, when you keep following these steps, you would know you’re going in the right direction.

1. Be an Ideal Role Model

You need to teach your kid what you believe and become an example for them. Teach them that actions speak louder than words. So when you tell them something, make sure to show them you are following it as well.

If your kids grow up observing you, they will most likely take up your behavioral traits. So you need to be aware of your ethics and actions. You want to be a good example for your kid.

Teach your kid to empathize, from a very early age. Empathy helps us to connect to others, makes us a humbler person.

As kids grow up learning, imitating the people around them, it’s your responsibility to act sensible and in a manner so that you become a role model to them.

Be sensible towards your kid’s emotions, get to know what are your child’s strengths, and respect them.

2. Be Expressive!

Don’t shy away when it comes to showing your love towards them. Some parents think you might spoil the kids if you show too much affection. This is a very wrong way of thinking. Kids strive for affection.

Children seek the love that they deserve from their parents. It is their way of validation.

Low expectation, leniency, being an overprotective parent can make your child unhappy, and may end up with self-doubt, or can spoil them. Showing love in a materialistic way will spoil your child.

You can express love towards them in the simplest manner. By listening to what they have to say, or what’s bothering them, and by spending quality time with them.

Expressing your love will help your child to release their happy hormones, oxytocin, that way you will have a happy child around you.

This will bring calmness and a sense of contentment to your child, and you will have a close relationship with them…
Continue reading the article and learn more about kids on Daisy Linden’s blog.

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