January 30, 2012

Happy Parents Make Happy Kids

Raising kids is not an easy task and what is more challenging is to rear happy kids. What most parents don’t know is the secret to bringing up great children is by becoming happy parents. Every couple has their own way of raising children. Most of them believe that providing material things is enough, but in reality that’s not what the kids truly need.

The kind of environment a kid grows up in plays an important role in the child’s well being. If a child is raised with happy parents, you can expect to see a child who grows up with a happy disposition. It is vital for couples to set as example to their kids. If they fight everyday, it affects the well-being of the child. A home with a stress free living promotes better communication and better connection between parents and children.

Good health for both the parents and kids is another factor that some parents miss out. If the child is sickly or vise versa it affects how kids perceive themselves. It also affects their relationship with other children and other people. Although there are things that we cannot control no matter how much we want our kids to be healthy. If that is the case, then be sure to make your children feel loved and keep a positive outlook in life.

In order to set an example as happy parents, couples should have a very good foundation of marriage. Be sure to resolve the issues within yourselves and never fight in front of your children. The secret to a happy and harmonious relationship is dealing with your differences and learning to accept them.

So what do you get from being happy parents? You get to raise kids who are more open minded, has a sunny disposition and has a better outlook about life. If you have happy kids, you can be sure that they will not have any trouble coping with the many ups and downs of the outside world. 


bong said...

what a lovely article...

Mandy said...

Hello! I'm following you from the Time For Sharing Tuesday blog linky!
Great blog!

Anne @ Green Eggs and Moms said...

Very well written! And I couldn't agree more, a supportive and loving environment does wonders for kids.

The Pepperrific Life said...

You couldn't be more correct! :)
Since I'm a single mom, I do what I can to make up for the absence of the other parent. I try to appear happy when in front of my kid.

April said...

Hi Elizabeeth! I just awarded you The Versatile Blogger award. Check it here: http://underthesummersunshine.blogspot.com/2012/02/award.html

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