Am I a Good Enough Parent? (9)

There is no parent at all free of asking himself like such a question; am I an ideal enough parent? A father of some teenage sons and daughters is being quoted as saying: “There’s so much guilt that goes with being a parent. You’re always second-guessing yourself .Was I too tough? Should I have given them another chance? Was I tough enough? You can never ever be sure you made the right decision.” All of us are erroneous in answering the above queries, “Am I a good enough parent?” All sons of Adam have done things they regret or failed to do things they wish they had. None of us is a perfect parent who always does all the right things. I certainly am not, but probably I might be a sort of. Fortunately, our children most often grow up to be fine people with less-than-perfect parents.
As parents, I think, we need to think of doing the best we can in all matters. We have to think times and times again before we set a rash decision. Particularly, under some difficult circumstances, we have to balance our thought to come up with the right decision, or else we fall into the snares of reprimanding our families. A word can penetrate faster than a bullet; we should then care a lot for what we really want to decide. Our kids are really ours; they aren’t brought from some other planets or hatched from some unknown eggs. They are truly ours, both flesh and blood; so we need to meet them with that nostalgia, that soft and loving state, and treat them as thinking beings.
As parents, I think, we should reflect for our kids the sense that turn them perfect guys in the future. We shouldn’t be furious or feel like failures when they turn out to be human, with faults and foibles like the rest of us. We also need to remind ourselves that they are developing; they are crawling along the road, and then steadily stand to feel their first steps, and finally start their paces to walk. Destine their paces then towards full maturity.
It is really a long road to perfect maturity. We are obligated to watch over their development, and give them love, discipline, and moral direction. We shouldn’t be like pushy parents who drive their kids out off their right track or orbit. Kids are greatly found to highly like befriending much, they like their parents to be their super-friends before all else.
A landmark that completes the shaping of grown-ups is the stage of schooling. A school in fact is a new outside world for your kid. There he finds total new buildings, playgrounds, vast yards, football- pitches. A new world! He becomes a friend to guys outside the family circles in this new world. Those friends, of course, can be true or false, or, bosom or pseudo. The family, of course, is not free of preparing the kids to this new world. The parents then are required to take this in mind, and thus they plan to lead the way for their children. They have to be good enough to prepare them well for that day. This is in my opinion.

Dr. Kirya Ahmed

Email: kiryafa7@gmail.com
Dr. Kirya Ahmed
Dr. Kirya Ahmed

Dr. Kirya Ahmed

Email: kiryafa7@gmail.com

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