Parents are always looking out for their children’s best interests. During this process, some parents may go too far with discipline and unintentionally injure their children physically and mentally. Parents expect their children to provide their best effort, and these expectations may lead the child to do things that are harmful to her both externally and psychologically. To maintain their child’s self-esteem, parents should never do the following in front of their children:
1. Hit children or your partner
At times, you may be annoyed and pushed to your limit by your partner or child, but ḧïẗting is never a choice. Hitting as a form of discipline never works and can have long-term negative consequences. When you ḧïẗ your partner or your child, you deliver the message that νισℓєи¢є is the only way to handle disagreements.
2. Make racial remarks or pαss judgment
It’s terrible to judge someone or a group of people based on their religion, caste, creed, sect, or nationality. This discriminatory and biased behavior breeds hatred and fanaticism. Teach your youngster the love language. It is admirable to love and respect your own culture and traditions, but accepting and appreciating different cultures and religions makes you a better and more evolved human being.
3. Embarrαss and disrespect your partner
It is very common for an individual to hold opposing viewpoints. It is not required to share the same point of view on everything, and that is perfectly OK. However, this does not imply that you would begin arguing and fιgнтing with your partner over it. Even if you do, remember to close the door and keep the conflict contained within the four walls and away from your children. Disrespecting and demeaning your partner in front of your child is the very worst thing you can do.
4. Disrespect or sneer at someone
Children are good watchers and quick learners, so if you practice being disrespectful to your maid or service personnel, stop immediately. Disrespecting anyone, whether older or younger, poor or wealthy, is unpleasant and hσrríвlє, and it may come back to haunt you later in life. Also, never fιgнт in front of your kids as a couple.
5. Swear and lie
A child learns to lie from their parents; it is a reality. Lies, whether they be black or wḧïẗe, are both harmful. Lying and swearing can become ingrained in your child’s behavior, and they may begin to lie to you about everything. As a result, stop lying, even if you’re lying to yourself, and instead encourage your child to be honest and just.