12 Easy Tips for a Great Child-Parent Relationship

Learn the 5 don'ts as a child
Improve your relationship with your parents or children with these non-complaints. (Image: Pixabay / CC0)

As a son or daughter, if you can practice these 5 non-complaints, then the relationship you have with your parents will certainly improve.

The 5 non-complaints for a child

1. Don’t complain about the way your parents are. Accept them for who they are and enjoy being their child.

2. Don’t complain about your parents’ nagging. Only those who love you will nag you; they want you to meet the potential they see in you.

3. Don’t complain about your parents’ complaints. They complain because they want you to do better.

Old age will slow one down

Old age will slow one down. (Image: Pixabay / CC0)

4. Don’t complain about your parents‘ slowness. The body naturally deteriorates when one ages. Be patient with them just like they were with you when you were young.

5. Don’t complain about your parents’ poor health. Just ask yourself what you can do for them.

Learning the rules of no-criticisms is important for parents(Foto: pixabay.com)

Learning the rules of non-criticism is important for parents too. (Image: Pixabay / CC0)

As a parent, if you can practice these 7 non-criticisms, then the relationship you have with your child will certainly be more harmonious.

The 7 non-criticisms for a parent

1. Don’t criticize your child in public. Guarding their dignity is important.

2. Don’t criticize your child when they feel guilty for their mistakes. Heavy words can only increase their emotional burden.

3. Don’t criticize your child before bedtime. Harboring negative emotions during the night can either make them sleepless or have nightmares.

4. Don’t criticize your child during mealtime. Doing so can easily weaken your child’s digestive system.

5. Don’t criticize your child when they are happy. When someone is in a good mood, the meridians circulate smoothly inside the body. Criticizing someone at such a time can hinder the flow and cause harm to the body.

6. Don’t criticize your child when they are crying.

7. Don’t criticize your child when they are sick. What they need is love and care, which can work its magic faster than any medicine.

Translated by: Cecilia Kwan

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