What should parents never do in front of their children?
You should not do anything that you do not want them to do. Kids starts with no character no habits no preferences, all these are picked up as time passes from adults around them
I think everyone pretty much covered what I woul share as well. I guess in summary it would be a 'don't behave like a douche' policy in front of the kids and they should grow up fine. There are definitely some habits of mine that I definitely picked up from my parents and hope to God I don't pass it onto my kids one day.Read more
I agree with almost all of you, personally I think trash talking and violence should be totally avoided. It really affects kids.
Parents must avoid technological over indulgence, especially if they own an ipad or a laptop or a fancy phone. There are two reasons: 1. This can make the child think that they are no longer important to their parents because they have been replaced by technology. 2. This will encourage young children to constantly use technology as the primary recreational activity as opposed to physical activities.Read more
Do violence. Because it traumatized them.
no.1 is Argue, if my family have a problems and going emotional i don't want my child to see it.
I think parents should not swear in front of their kids. They also should refrain from engaging in behavior that is harmful to others, even if it's only verbal. I also think parents should not be dishonest to others. But it's also important to remember that even the little things can send the wrong message. Passing off acts of omission as "white lies", for instance, can establish a harmful behavioral pattern which can evolve into more dangerous acts such as cheating, or lying to parents because they might think it can be justified as simply "white lies".Read more
No child should ever see their parents argue, smoke, do drugs, swear, get drunk. Parents should also be careful not to show contradictory behavior (not practicing what they preach). For example if you're against swearing, don't swear when your children can hear it.Read more
Swearing. I've seen a lot of parents (some are even my relatives) who swear and curse in front of their children. Though they don't mean to say it and most of the time they curse or swear out of habit and fun, their children were able to adapt the language (that they don't even understand). I've heard my three y/o niece cursing her playmate while laughing thinking that it's funny because her dad and mom are doing it on a regular basis. Parents should be the role model for their children so it's best to quit their bad habits unless they want their children to do the same in the near future.Read more
Smoking and drinking infront of very young kids definitely no. Racism and how you treat others matter a lot. Kids are like sponges, will mimic you. So be the kind of person you want your child to be. But smoking and drinking after your child sleeps ok la hahaha.Read more