1. Be Gentle with Yourself and Your Care
2. Acknowledge your Feelings, No Matter how Silly and Irrational Might Seem
3. You have to Realistic Expectations.
4. Do not Design your own Fears Over your Child
5. Heal the Child within You
6. Find Yourself a Lifeline
7. Remove the Feeling of Guilt
Feelings of guilt and shame are emotions with the lowest vibration of the entire human experience. From emotionally can be considered the most distant attitudes towards love, balance, and compassion. Blame not only does let us feel sympathy for ourselves but often makes us committed some limits to ‘ compensate ‘ for what I think is wrong. Being a parent is a whole process. In every moment of this trial doing what you know you better and learn and sharpen your skills. Words are energy to choose them wisely.
8. Spend Quality Time Together
9. Let Him Explore
10. Give it Enough Time to Adapt to a Change of Activity
11. Respect your Child as Being Self-Contained
12. Respect the Integrity of your Child’s Body
13. Ask for Help
Tell your partner that you encounter difficulty, find a babysitter or a parental Advisor, ask for help from other parents, learn new methods of education to make things more enjoyable and more comfortable for you. You’re not alone. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness: it’s the bravest thing you can do it. Asking for help means you care and never give up.
Updated on 12/22/2019