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Characteristics of a good parent

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Larissa Boone

on 2 October 2013

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Transcript of Characteristics of a good parent

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Some characteristics
Always encouraging you to do the best you can.
Being there for you
Trustworthy
Having trust in their children
Caring
Giving independence

Helping when needed
Giving responsibility

Not being overly strict/letting theirs kids have freedom
Communicate
What a teenager thinks
Teenagers feel that once they get to a certain age their parents don't ask enough questions about their day, their aspirations, their hopes, and problems. They also think their parents don't express their love for them and don't respect them enough as they get older. According to essays written by teenagers parents compare them to their older siblings too much, saying "You should be more like your older sister" they wish their parents would praise them for being themselves.
What does it mean to be good parent
To a child a good parent is someone who helps them with things they can't do, listens to them when they have a problem, and teaches them how to do new things.
What the child thinks
According to a study done by KidsHealth.org over half of the students surveyed said their parents asked too many questions, such as "How was your day?" and '"Did you do well at practice today?"

A child needs to know they are safe, secured, and loved.
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