Parenting is an indigenous process that is self-learnt by all the mothers! Naturally, they get the tactics of dealing their kids and it is not any course that they learn from out! It is a matter of issue for the fathers in the beginning but they too get to learn this art very soon. Be it mother or father, both have the ideal role of forming their kids’ character.
While the mother automatically gets to know about her child from the very tender age, she has the greater possibility of being with her children. So, this is an advantageous fact for both the mother and kid as they get the closeness that leads to better understanding. Whatever it might be, it is only after the mother’s love that the father’s care comes!
The delicate duty of parenting is such a beautiful task knitted with love and joy along with lots of care and a pinch of anger. The term ‘pinch of anger’ is to be stressed here because, anger too plays the important part in molding your child’s care. It does not mean that you should always exhibit an angry face to your kid and look like a Hitler!
When the anger should be shown, it must be rightly used to knock out the bad things in your child. For instance, your kid abuses someone else, with some bad words, instead of admiring his talking skill, you ought to show your anger to make him feel that what he has done is wrong and needs correction. In this way, at the right time, the parents should not fail to show their anger to correct their kids.
Parenting is a great blessing which the mankind could ever get. According to science, humans are the only gifted creatures where the parents nurture and protect their children until they reach their twenties even! While in other animals, they take parenting to be a duty, it is we, humans differ from them with our sixth sense in this matter.
The love and care that humans offer to their kids in their parenting period is really great as the other animals and birds are deprived of this loving parental care at a very tender age. So, we should feel so great and proud to enjoy this parental love in the form of our father and mother. And of course, we ourselves are one day going to be parents and nourish the greatness of parenting! Don’t you agree?