The Philosophy of Parenting

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One of the most difficult things to do in these lives that we live is becoming parents and taking the responsibility for another life. That is a responsibility that can’t be taken lightly since its effects become apparent and hurt more than anything else. A parent’s concern for the wishes and desires of the child can cause sleepless and working nights. Take it to the more basic level, a child’s hunger is something even a starving parent can’t bear. Parenthood and its loving nature can’t be discussed enough neither can it be elaborated in any amount of words. But the complications keep on growing. From the moment you become a parent, right or wrong becomes a decisive thing because that’s what is going to be bred.


Knowing Right and Wrong:

Importance of A Clear Conscious:

You can be sure of the fact that you will not be accomplishing all the perfect feats involved in every step of the way through a child’s life. Similarly, you can be sure that times are going to come when the child is going to need answers. Times are going to come when you are going to have to decide who you’re going to be. The good and cool parent who is going to let things go on the way they are without reacting or the strict disciplinarian. You can have your kids enjoy life to its fullest or you can show them all that can go wrong with them and have them lead a better life. Knowing what a parent should do is the toughest question there is. The only thing you can count on is that everything that happens with or in front of the child is going to have its impact and effect.

Sensitivity to Surroundings:

The difference between right and wrong may have been blurring in your life and you might have had people help you or your experiences may have shaped your moral compass. But that isn’t what you want your child to have. Sure, having a street life can toughen you up but that does not mean you can leave your kid out on the streets and have him become a gangster. Similarly, you want your child to be a great success but you don’t want a 30-year-old who doesn’t know how to have fun and make eye contact. And believe it or not, it can be a matter of 30 seconds to 30 years that a child’s life takes decisive turns. Don’t take the environment you set around your child lightly. Letting your kid go on getting addicted to electronic devices can be as harmful as letting him play with a knife. Not playing catch with them will leave them oblivious to the idea of sports and fitness.

Right Way to Deal with Problems:

Problems in the life of the child are problems in the life of the parent as well. From having an illness or a fever to getting bullied in school. A parent is always reflecting on his/her actions in the guise of the child. The child becomes the product of your parenting. It’s not necessarily always a parent’s fault that a child becomes an addict but it’s their fault if they can’t get the child to stop. Whether that addiction is to electronic devices, you can learn about the digital detox method and have an intervention in the family. Consulting experienced parents and specialists can really help not only diagnose problems at their beginning stages but also help you through them.


No matter how you go about it, the most fundamental right thing you can do is never to shut yourself out to the child. Always keeping an open communication is the key to being aware of everything that goes on in the child’s life.


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