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What are THE TEN GREATEST GIFTS parents can give children?

  1. gmwilliams profile image86
    gmwilliamsposted 4 years ago

    What are THE TEN GREATEST GIFTS parents can give children?

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  2. ChrisLingCheng profile image74
    ChrisLingChengposted 4 years ago

    Parents strive to give their children the security, concern, education, so on, that they need. I would not say these are gifts since parents have the responsibility to try to give them to their children.

    However, there is one that is considered the greatest of all their "gifts". And that is...

    Love.

  3. DDE profile image24
    DDEposted 4 years ago

    Parents can give their children Life, love, security,  basic needs, education, the best book to read, a good toy, a lovable bed, clothing,  something they like best or what they always wanted most of all their children need is hugs and kisses, for them to know love is most important in a family. Our parents gave us life that tops the list all gifts.
    Life, love, security,  basic needs, education,

  4. ChristinS profile image96
    ChristinSposted 4 years ago

    In a nutshell...

    Respect

    Courtesy Be kind, no need to yell and scream.

    Love/Affection

    Gratitude (when they are helpful let them know they are appreciated and important, that their contributions to the family/household matter)

    Assistance - If they need help provide it or find someone who can

    Self-confidence Help them feel capable and confident but not entitled and bratty.

    Self-sufficiency teach the value of work and earning rewards for a job well done - not just handing them everything they want

    Cooperation - don't be a dictator work with them.

    Attention - the biggie, be there for them and don't just feign interest. put down your phone and the TV and talk to them, make eye contact, engage.

    Adventure - Don't just settle into a humdrum existence, travel, see new things, explore, read, learn a new language - whatever is challenging, lets them learn and keeps their heads out of game systems for hours a day.

  5. kknde profile image60
    kkndeposted 4 years ago

    teach them how to be happy and keep happy no matter what, teaching how to deal with life's situation, teaching altruism, teaching compassion, teaching that is good to be good, teaching to appreciate,  teaching they can do what they want, teaching to be responsible, teaching that in order world to change their example is needed

 
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