Kids are the world’s most difficult thing to understand. But these are the 12 ways which will help you understand your kids better.
1. Observe Them
Look after their routine, see who are his friends and with who he feels comfortable. Observing them is a best way to check if they have depression or they are getting rude and this is a perfect way to change their behaviour if they are rude.
2. Be Their Friends
Be friends with your children, so he or she feels comfortable around you. If he makes mistakes, correct it politely rather than hitting or bashing him with rude words.
3. Spend Time With Them
Spend time with your children so you get to know about his or her personality. No matter how little time you have, do help your kid out as he feels that you are there for him or her.
4. Make Your Kid Responsible
Make sure your kid becomes responsible, so he feels more respectable towards you, this includes drinking milk themselves, or cleaning table after eating etc.
5. Listen To Your Kids
Listen to your kid, if he says something silly, do not just laugh it off but take it seriously.
6. Never Ever Accuse Your Child
Never accuse your child, if he makes mistake then teach him how to make it right and how not to make same mistake again.
7. Trust Your Children
Trust your kid, if he or she comes from school, college or university then spend some time asking about it and believe what he or she says. If you have any doubts about what he or she is saying than clear all the doubts with a polite talk.
8. Take Your Kid’s Advise In Household Matters
We cut off our children when it comes to household decision making, but you need to know that children are the major part of your household and their point of view matters.
9. Know Their Interests
Find out what your kid likes, if he likes to Paint then do not force them to be a Doctor. Know their interest and let them chose the career they want to chose.
10. Fulfil Your Promises
If you make a promise, then fulfil it because if you break it then your kid will lose trust on you and will doubt everything you say.
11. Give Them Some Space
Do not try to keep tabs on them 24/7, it will make them irritated and your kid will start ignoring you.
12. Let Your “Kid” Be A “Kid”
Do not expect your kid to act like an adult, and if your Kid is trying to be an adult then teach them about what they’re allowed to do and what they are not allowed to do in this age group.