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October 27, 2016: No wonder, parents always like to give their best to their children but then sometimes they go way too far to show their affection. Before things go out of hand, parents should pay attention to some of the points below:

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Entrusting them with huge sum of money:

Giving their child all kinds of comfort is something every parent wishes but then again it may have a negative result when he’ll grow up. It is better not to entrust with huge sums of cash or jewellery in their early years, as knowing the worth of money is important.


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To treat them as Kings-

It is good to make your kids feel special, but it can have negative consequences if the parents lose the authority over their children. Treating them as kings is the last thing you should do.


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Stop them from working!

Work is essential; making them understand the value of it is necessary. Being a parent, you may want to protect them from laborious tasks but teaching them some vital work will be helpful later.

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Allowing them to do whatever they want all the time:
It’s a big no! If you think you are forcing your decisions on them, it’s not that. There needs to be a fine balance. In the early years, they hardly realise their needs; you need to choose for them at that point of time. Well, in the later years they’ll be wise to take their own decisions.


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Ignoring their mistakes

Parents often ignore the mistakes of their children but if the mistakes are repeated, such behaviour will not really help them. It is necessary at times to punish them for their wrong deeds so that they can differentiate between wrong and right.


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– by Pinaz Kazi of NewsGram. Twitter: @PinazKazi


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