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Are Your Bad Parenting Skills Creating Monster Kids at School?

Updated on July 23, 2021
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Hope is a freelance content writer, specializing in mental health and wellness, personal growth and development, and content marketing.

The BBC News published a report in March 2002 stating bad parenting has led to an increase of violence and crimical behavior in schools. What might seem to be a shocking allegation is actually a valid point that every parent should consider. Are your poor parenting skills being reflected in your children when they are at school?

Teach your children RESPECT

One of the most common issues many teachers deal with today is lack of respect in children. Even children as young as 6- or 7-years old are beginning to show disrepect to their teachers today.

When parents disrespect teachers at home, by talking about them in a negative manner, this disrespect carries through the child at school. After all, if Mom and Dad think the teacher is crazy, why shouldn’t their child feel the same? And when their child begins to disrespect the teacher, they start sharing their disrespectful feelings with their friends, who in turn become disrespectful to fit in with the crowd.

Teach your children DISCIPLINE

Children who are well-behaved at home rarely have discipline issues at school. Parents who allow their children to get away with anything at home can only expect the same behavior at school. Discipline problems at school frequently stem from lack of discipline at home.

Parents don’t want to be labeled as “bad guys” with their children. But sometimes you have to punish your children for their benefit. Allowing your children to run free and do as they please from an early age will only hurt them in the future.

Teach your children TOLERANCE

There are always things we don’t necessarily want to do in life, but we do them because we know we have to. Your children need to learn how to be tolerant, of both people and life situations.

Your children need to learn how to be willing to respect others, regardless of whether or not they agree with them. Your child won’t always have the best teacher in the world, but if you can teach your child how to be respectful and self-disciplined, they will be much more likely to succeed in their classes. Children also need to know how to control their temper and communicate effectively through words with their teacher.

Positive Parenting Produces Positive Kids

The more positive and upbeat you can be with your children about their teachers and education, the better students they will likely be at school. Instilling these, and other, positive values in your children will help set them on the right track.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2008 Hope Wilbanks


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