3M’s of Effective Parenting
I am here again with some interesting tips to learn together about good parenting. Have you checked my previous blogs where I have covered a lot about being good parents? So, today I will be revealing the next Alphabet of the #BlogChatterAtoZ Challenge. Are you ready to learn the three 3M’s of effective parenting?
Good parenting helps foster honesty, self-control, cooperation, cheerfulness, etc. So if you are trying to be a good parent then this blog is for you! Let’s start learning:
- Meditate with them
Your kids might get tired and children of all ages need moments where they can take out some time to relax. You can definitely give them this opportunity. Meditation is the best chance that helps them to work more effectively. Meditate with them and make them understand how it works. Try a light discussion of various things that will make them happy. Teach them how meditation can help them in their learning. This will help you to create a strong bond.
- Motivate them
Let your children know that you understand them. Tell them how great they are doing in their studies. The sense of connection that a parent can make with their child is priceless. Praise your kids when they make some efforts. Inspire them, encourage them with the expression and their opinions, talk about what they feel, and appreciate them in their decision making. Dismiss their self-doubts and fear that they have. Accept them the way they are, this will help you and your kid to make a stronger bond.
Spend quality time with them and get to know what they think and how you can help them. This will benefit you in better interaction with your child. Be firm, but friendly your child needs support at this age. Discuss their problems, help them in solving their problems. Your child will feel more comfortable and confident. The relationship will be based on mutual trust.
So here we have discussed the 3M’s that will help you in effective parenting. Apply these learning parts in your daily routine with your child. Do let me know in the comments below if you have any questions or experience to share.
Also, Read 3L’s of an Effective Parenting