Parents, you’ve got to realize that it’s not your fault.
And it’s OK if you don’t like it, but you’ve gotta accept that.
If you do not like the way your child is behaving, you should stop doing it.
But you have to be realistic and understand that it is not a bad thing.
And if your child doesn’t like what you’re doing, you have an obligation to try harder to make it right.
The good news is that you will eventually get there.
If your child wants to do better, he or she has to stop blaming you.
It’s the parent’s job to take charge of their child.
Parenting tips: When you are getting angry or hurt, tell your child to sit down.
Instead of getting up and trying to explain to your child why you are not OK with it, try to be more understanding and understand what it is that is causing your child’s behavior.
Tell your child that you are sorry and that you have your feelings.
Don’t try to make things better by giving your child an excuse for his or her behavior.
Instead, you can give your child some ideas on how to change things.
Take a break from the fight and give your children time to calm down.
Your child may not have to listen to you and listen to your explanations.
And sometimes, they may not be listening at all.
So, try not to blame your child.
The key is to acknowledge and accept that you don�t have to do anything to your kid.
Just understand that you�re not perfect, that there are things you can do to help your child get better.
And just remember that no one else is perfect, and no one is perfect all the time.
Parents need to learn how to make sure that their child does not become an abusive person in the future.
This article originally appeared on Parents.com.
It was originally published on June 22, 2019.