Being a parent has great responsibilities towards upbringing of children. Hence as a parent there are certain duties which you need to learn at your side.

1. Embrace Them

Cuddling your children when you enter the house is a superb way to greet them. Show your children how much you love them and how much you missed them while you were away. This would be helpful in developing their sense of love and mercy.

2. Be Humble To Others

Show humbleness to the people around you or the people you meet and never slander. Refrain yourself from speaking ill of other drivers when on the road. Keep in mind that children listen, absorb and tend to emulate what they see around.

3. Show Respect To Elders

Try to dwell with your parents in the same house where you reside and talk to them with honor. This would help build a sense of belongingness and affection in the children towards each other in the family. If you live away from your parents then call them frequently and encourage your children to speak to them too when calling. When visiting your parents take your children with you. Remember the more your children see you take care of your parents the more they will learn to take care of you.

4. Narrate Stories

When driving your children, say to school, avoid playing albums or CDs regularly. Instead, tell them some stories or read to them any short story or you can even discuss something spiritual. This doesn’t take much time, but is definitely impactful in creating strong bonds and wonderful memories.

5. Cleanliness

Cleanliness is something that children learn from home itself. When they see you at home in a presentable look even if not going out for the day it will certainly provoke them. This will make them understand that being clean and tidy has nothing to do with going out!

6. Overlooking Their Actions

Refrain yourself from blaming or commenting on every word or action they utter or do. Sometimes, overlooking and letting things go can do wonders. This will eventually be useful in building their self-confidence.

7. Respect Their Privacy

Be courteous enough to ask your children’s permission before entering their rooms. Don’t simply knock and enter, rather seek for their verbal permission. Show respect to your children’s privacy. It’s significant for their sense of value and self-esteem. They will learn to do the same when wanting to enter your room.

8. Learn To Apologize

Apologize to your children if you make mistake. Apologizing makes them learn to be generous and modest.

9. Avoid Sarcasm

Try not to be sarcastic or make fun of their views or feelings. Even if you didn’t mean it or didn’t want to hurt them, it would displease them.

10. Don’t Lose Patience.

It’s better not to expect that the children will listen or comprehend the first time. Be patient and consistent. Teach them meditation, meditate and pray with them. This will have a great impact on their mind and soul.

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