Goodparenting skillst

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Goodparenting skillst

  1. 1. Do you have it? Let us check it
  2. 2.  Parenting practicing could produce better relationship between parent and child and happier, healthier, better functioning children and family.
  3. 3.  LOVE AND AFFECTION • You support and accept the child, are physically affectionate, and spend quality one –on-one time together.
  4. 4.  STRESS MANAGEMENT • You take steps to reduce stress for yourself and your child, practice relaxation techniques and promote positive interpretations of events.
  5. 5.  AUTONOMY AND INDEPENDENCE • You treat your child with respect and encourage him or her to become self-sufficient and self- reliant.
  6. 6.  EDUCATION AND LEARNING • You promote and model learning and provide educational opportunities for your child LIFE SKILLS You provide for your child, have a steady income and plan for the future.
  7. 7.  BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT • You make extensive use of positive reinforcement and punish only when other methods of managing behaviour have failed.
  8. 8.  HEALTH • You model a healthy lifestyle and good habits, such as regular exercise and proper nutrition for your child.  RELIGION • You support spiritual or religious development and participate in spiritual or religious activities.
  9. 9.  RELATIONSHIP SKILLS • You maintain a healthy relationship with your spouse, significant other or co-parent and model effective relationship skills with other people.  SAFTEY • You take precautions to protect your child and maintain awareness of the child’s activities and friends.
  10. 10. Parents who focus too much on keeping Children safe may see their efforts backfire, winding up with unhappy kids or a poor parent-child relationship. Kids fare better when parents encourage autonomy.
  11. 11.  FOR MORE INFORMATION Please follow the link below www.self-regulatedlearning.blogspot.com www.jeyavel.com Please don’t forget to leave your comment admin@jeyavel.com blossommadurai@gmail.com

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