EMOTIONAL WELLNESS SOLUTIONS

Emotional Wellness @ parenting

“ I think our job as parents is to give our kids roots to grow and wings to fly”. Deborah Norville

What problems are you currently having with your child? Empowering Parents covers some of the most difficult child behavior issues parents are facing these days.

Parent and child relationship is the most important relationship which is very precious for every individual in this world. It is a bond which is full of love, care and an eternal sense of belongingness. When an individual enters in parenting they wantto be perfect parents and in return parents expect their children to grow up in a perfect manner. In the process of defining what that 'perfect' can be, we end up comparing ourselves to others around and get disappointed when the results don't match our expectations As supportive as parents are, there are very many expectations that they tend to keep from their children, which in turn causes them to pressure their kin to study, learn, and function a certain way that is in accordance with what or who they want their child to be. Parental aspirations are what lead to parents expecting their kids to conduct themselves in ways that would compliment and promote their parent's dreams, sometimes at the cost of their own goals and ambitions.

Some factors that can lead to unwanted stress and anxieties in both the parent and the child are:

• Being pushy
• compelling the child to live up to the demands of the society today
• unrealistic expectations from children
• Taking a child's performance as a measure of our capability as parents

Some steps that can iron out the kinks formed by the pressure of being perfect parents and aid in children growing in a healthy manner in all aspects are:

• Encouragement
• Healthy interactions
• Positive Communication

Understanding that each parent-child relationship is unique and different

Working parents: it is very difficult for working parents to give complete focus on their child or children . There are the following stress

i. Productivity at work
ii. Time management
iii. Communication gap between parents and children
iv. No time Management

Child Behavior Problems

Abusive & Violent Behavior

Aggression

Anger & Defiance

Arguing & Fighting

Backtalk & Attitude

Bullying

Disrespect

Entitlement

Laziness & Motivation

Lying

Manipulation

Outbursts & Temper Tantrums

Power Struggles

School & Homework



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