Why to parents always expect their child to be a nice and polite.?

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  1. kapeedranos profile image40
    kapeedranosposted 6 years ago

    Why to parents always expect their child to be a nice and polite.?

  2. Laura Schneider profile image91
    Laura Schneiderposted 6 years ago

    Maybe they've never met a real child before?

    Maybe they think they'll be better parents than everyone else, and that their child will grow up to be just exactly like them.

    (Yes, they must be delusional.)

  3. ackman1465 profile image61
    ackman1465posted 6 years ago

    I my opinion, parents should be teaching their children to be nice and polite.... so their EXPECTING that is simply feedback that they have succeeded.... and... lacking that (kids behaving nice and polite) they know they have to do a little more reinforcing......

  4. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    It is true, many parents agonize over this.  I think it has more to do with the parents than the child. I believe they are afraid that people will think they are bad parents if their child misbehaves.

  5. blessedp profile image80
    blessedpposted 6 years ago

    My parents expected that of me and I do expect that of my kids.  Why? Because manners will take you around the world, we are taught these common courtesies and expect to live by them.  I personally dislike rude kids but given the chance I will correct them.  This is one of the golden rule that is not being practised and as such is fading.  Without manners there will be no respect.  Children should have manners as well as adults.  Well that's my take.

  6. Charlu profile image81
    Charluposted 6 years ago

    It's called RESPECT and a lesson that will allow them to succeed in a world of business whether it be their own or working for another, relationships, and every other facet of life.

    When it comes to respect you get what you give. So don't be surprised if your not giving it why your not getting it.

  7. rave1432 profile image61
    rave1432posted 6 years ago

    Because what is expected is not always what is received. I was a hellion at the table when I was a small child, I had my butt blistered with a belt and I stopped. People expect a child to do it because they do it. But you can't expect that of a child. No one can, you have to teach table manners.

  8. coffeegginmyrice profile image83
    coffeegginmyriceposted 6 years ago

    Nice and polite parents teach their children to be the same- to be nice and polite to their family, their relatives, their teachers, their friends in school, to the elders, and to strangers. It will just bring out the best in them and it makes their parents proud.

    My daughters are taught the same way, it will develop them to better human beings.
    My younger daughter's boyfriend (they are both 16) is very polite and shows good manners when he comes over for a visit.
    He does the following to me and my home:
    1) acknowledge that he has arrived with a warm hello and a hug.
    2) offers to help out in the kitchen.
    3) says a silent grace before dinner.
    4) does tidying up of the sofa where he had used it overnight.
    5) says "goodbye" and "thank you" when he leaves.

    I see that he has a good up-bringing and this reflects to the parents.

  9. Ona Canady profile image59
    Ona Canadyposted 6 years ago

    Your children are a representation of who you are. If your children are rude then they are being disrespectful.


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