Almost, the one and only problem

Parental influence on children in the first 12 years of their lives have a permanent effect. Unfortunately, children come with no user manual. Each child is different from the other. Discuss how to handle emotional and educational needs of your child here.

Almost, the one and only problem

Postby gisele924 » Sat May 11, 2013 7:17 am

It is not easy to be parents but deciding to be a parent is sealing ourselves to a huge commitment and responsibility, therefore there is no exception towards washing off our hands towards any uprising problem. It can be their attitude, mentality, behaviour, health, attention, focus and it goes on and on.

Almost, the one and only problem is determination, determination from parents ourselves, and determination to build their determination at the same time. Sometimes, I have encounter people thinking about disciplining their children only after they have grown, I find it a waste because foundation is the most crucial and easiest stage to instil. So if foundation is not laid, building it upwards will be washed off by heavy rain, you know ultimately, they cannot take any pressure.

Life is once and once only, not much time for rework, not much time to take time to sort it all out by the children themselves, everyone is a precious gem, a life not to be wasted and regret, it's tough but its a decision to be made and strive towards! Take good care of every child!

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Re: Almost, the one and only problem

Postby hpliew » Sat May 11, 2013 8:37 am

Wow, thank you for uplifting post, thank you for your encouragement and kind thought!

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Re: Almost, the one and only problem

Postby nightlone » Thu May 16, 2013 11:04 am

It's very difficult to teach and guide...

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