Love care and good discipline makes a good parent...
This article is about the role of parents and how to be a good one. It tells why the role of parents in a child's life is important and what the consequences of child negligence might be. read more
True love; with this, all the other necessities come naturally with patience and practice
A good parent hmm that's a good question a lot of things make up a good parent but for me the most important is love, caring ,always ready to listen , never judge , but they always know there are consequences for their actions and that you are there for them no matter what. That is what I think makes a good parent is.
Constant love and constant wise direction. Key part, though: directing your kid toward good things can never be to satisfy your own desires or to vent your own anger. Direction has to be sacrificial: for them.
There are many things that are necessary to be a good parent but one stands out. To love unconditionally and in a selfless way AND be able to let the child know how you feel. Parents love their children, not they do not always tell children.
I think that love, discipline and patience are of the essence and patience is a big part of it...
Total and complete immersion into the life of your child. You become a parent, and you become that above and beyond all else.
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