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21 Qualities of a Good Parent: How to be the Best Parent Your Child Can Get 1. Patience. You need loads of patience to get through the day. You children will try you and get on your last nerve, 2. Kindness. Children can be mean, but they’ll.

Parents often spend a lot of their time with their kids talking to them rather than with them. Practice listening to your kids and really giving them your full attention (away from a computer or phone screen). Good Parenting Characteristics: Ways to Be with Your Kids Patience Empathy Love Sense of humor Curiosity Creativity Flexibility.

You might also like: • 7 Distress Signals of Moms Who Do Too Much • How to be a Calm (er) parent you can be proud of • Formula for Happy, Self-Motivated Kids • What is Intentional Parenting? And How to Start Today • Mom-Life Quotes we can all Relate to. Following are 10 traits of a good enough parent: 1. Patience. I’m sure you knew this would be at the top of the list!

Children are messy, noisy, don’t listen well, and 2. Multi-tasking skills. Managing the house, going to work, and raising children requires the ability to. {See information about book giveaway below!} 1. A sense of humor Parents with a healthy sense of humor are the most popular adults on the block.

It’s no wonder why 2. Flexibility Flexible parents tend to be open-minded and easy-going. They resolve disagreements smoothly and never 3. One of the most important qualities of good parents is that they don’t worry about what so-called experts say you should and shouldn’t do.

Don’t worry about what other parents or so-called experts say you should and shouldn’t do. YOU know your child BETTER than anyone. Trust your instincts and do what is best for you and your children. Being a successful parent helps develop qualities in children such as honesty, empathy, self-control, self-reliance, cooperation, cheerfulness and kindness, and instills in them the motivation to achieve, according to author and Temple University psychology professor Laurence Steinberg. Intimate: Healthy parents are attached to their children.

Numerous studies have shown how important it is for a child to have real intimacy and attachment to his mother and father. Harlow’s. Continued The 10 Principles of Good Parenting. 1. What you do matters. “This is one of the most important principles,” Steinberg tells WebMD. “What you do makes a difference.

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Providing maintenance and sustenance: The parents must provide utmost love, compassion, mercy, forgiveness, and all other qualities that nurture a spiritually and physically healthy child who can become an active and positive influence in his or her community.

“The Koran For Dummies” by Sohaib Sultan
from The Koran For Dummies
by Sohaib Sultan
Wiley, 2011

Children exhibit sincerity, eagerness, a trusting attitude, and total dependence on their parents.

“Nelson's New Illustrated Bible Commentary: Spreading the Light of God's Word into Your Life” by Earl D. Radmacher, Ronald B. Allen, H. W. House, Thomas Nelson
from Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Commentary: Spreading the Light of God’s Word into Your Life
by Earl D. Radmacher, Ronald B. Allen, et. al.
Thomas Nelson, 1999

Parents who are high on acceptance/ responsiveness show a good deal of warmth and affection in their relationship with their child and provide a lot of praise and encouragement.

“Child Development” by Laura E. Levine, Joyce Munsch
from Child Development
by Laura E. Levine, Joyce Munsch
SAGE Publications, 2013

10:15 Children exhibit sincerity, eagerness, a trusting attitude, and total dependence on their parents.

“NKJV, The NKJV Study Bible, eBook: Second Edition” by Thomas Nelson
from NKJV, The NKJV Study Bible, eBook: Second Edition
by Thomas Nelson
Thomas Nelson, 2013

rather than specific behaviors that make them good at the particular role (e.g., “I’m thoughtful with my parents and so I’m a good son.”).

“Clinical Interviewing, with Video Resource Center” by John Sommers-Flanagan, Rita Sommers-Flanagan
from Clinical Interviewing, with Video Resource Center
by John Sommers-Flanagan, Rita Sommers-Flanagan
Wiley, 2015

They have high, yet realistic, expectations, establish healthy boundaries, but are able to provide an environment of positivity, love, care, and support which allows for the child to explore, discover, and thrive.

“Mental Health and Mental Disorders: An Encyclopedia of Conditions, Treatments, and Well-Being [3 volumes]: An Encyclopedia of Conditions, Treatments, and Well-Being” by Len Sperry
from Mental Health and Mental Disorders: An Encyclopedia of Conditions, Treatments, and Well-Being [3 volumes]: An Encyclopedia of Conditions, Treatments, and Well-Being
by Len Sperry
ABC-CLIO, 2015

Positive personal characteristics such as high intelligence, selfcontrol, and selflessness predict better parenting.

“Encyclopedia of Human Relationships: Vol. 1-” by Harry T. Reis, Susan Sprecher
from Encyclopedia of Human Relationships: Vol. 1-
by Harry T. Reis, Susan Sprecher
SAGE Publications, 2009

• Assist parents to set realistic but high expectations.

“Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition E-Book” by Patricia Jackson Allen, Judith A. Vessey, Naomi Schapiro
from Primary Care of the Child With a Chronic Condition E-Book
by Patricia Jackson Allen, Judith A. Vessey, Naomi Schapiro
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2009

They will learn first and best from their parents’ behaviors how much emphasis, emotion, arguments, conversation, time, and effort go into things versus family, charity, true self-improvement, education, the arts, prayer, and religious observance.

“The Ten Commandments: The Significance of God's Laws in Everyday Life” by Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Stewart Vogel
from The Ten Commandments: The Significance of God’s Laws in Everyday Life
by Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Stewart Vogel
HarperCollins, 1999

Resilient parents, armed with confidence, also feel more at ease with themselves as being “good enough” parents, rather than perfect parents.

“Handbook of Family Resilience” by Dorothy S. Becvar
from Handbook of Family Resilience
by Dorothy S. Becvar
Springer New York, 2012

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