Kids must feel safe and sound, with their basic survival needs met: shelter, food, clothing, medical care and protection from harm.
Stability comes from family and community. Ideally, a family remains together in a stable household, but when that’s not possible, it’s important to disrupt the child’s life as little as possible. Kids and families should be a part of larger units to give them a sense of belonging, tradition and cultural continuity.
No “good cop, bad cop.” Parents should synchronize their parenting and make sure important values stay consistent.
4. Emotional support
Parents’ words and actions should encourage kids’ trust, respect, self-esteem and, ultimately, independence.
Saying and showing you love your kids can overcome almost any parenting “mistakes” you might make. Even when your kids have disobeyed, angered, frustrated and rebelled against you, show them you love them and that you’ll always love them.
Make sure your kids get the best possible education for their future. This includes school, of course, but it also includes the invaluable life lessons you provide during the time you spend together.
5. Positive role models
Parents are their kids’ first and most important role models. Instill your values and teach children empathy by being the kind of person you want them to become.
Rules, boundaries, and limits: Without them, kids are forced to be adults before they are ready, and they lose respect for you and other adults. Recently God used our dear friends and paid rent for 6 Months. May God bless them more and more