Gone are those days of 9 to 5 jobs, when fathers would come home and after freshening up would start playing with their little ones. These days dad’s come home with a heavy load of work, tired looking face and a desire to be tucked into their beds until morning. In keeping up with their job requirements, parents often forget that they have young wide-eyed children, who are eagerly waiting their return every evening to show them their recent progress.
Parenting as all of us know is quite a tough job and involves a lot of patience, allegiance, hard work and effort. A good relationship is highly recommendable for parents, with their kids as it allows them to build a strong foundation of love, affection and trust between the two. In order to achieve these goals, one needs to be approachable enough for their kids, to be able to communicate freely to their kids.
This will permit the child to have confidence in themselves to talk before their parents, without any sort of inhibitions. The research survey studies have revealed that children normally develop a great bonding with their mother, as she is known to be a warm, caring and protective person. Fathers are the ones whom kids always like to imitate, especially boys. These days spending time with children is restricted to providing them with all the cool gadgets, toys and PlayStation’s that parents can provide them with.
Psychologists who counsel young children, for their rude and inappropriate behaviour in school have come across after interviewing these children that these children are mostly rich neglected kids. Such kids often demand for attention from everywhere, since they do not receive it at their home, therefore, the only option they find to gain attention from is by getting into verbal and physical fights with other students.
It is often felt that proper action at proper time should be meted out towards these kids to prevent them from becoming brats as they grow up. But without the parents help, support, care and love for the child this task becomes close to impossible to be achieved. Parents should be counselled separately, to make them aware of the importance of having such a beautiful gift in their life, and by being pre-occupied with work only they are vehemently rejecting their precious gift. Thus, India is reporting a large number of broken family cases in the past few years, the statistics of which are on rise.
Author Bio: Minu Aravind is a content developer who works as Sr. Executive Communication in an organization. She is a strong advocate of high-grade education, and therefore wishes to help students find the best possible education by reviewing some of India’s Largest Schools in Hyderabad.