Generation Gap

Generation Gap

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Author param pujya dadabhagwan
Category Parenting
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Language en
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If you become a friend to your children, parent-child relation will improve. But if you assert your authority as a parent, you will risk losing them. Your friendship should be such that the child will not go looking for comfort and guidance elsewhere. Real parents are those who manage to change their children's behavior through love and understanding, even when the child does dreadful things. This world can only be won over through love. Parents themselves should develop moral values that result in a loving family environment. The love from parents should be such that their children would not want to leave them. If you want to improve your child, the responsibility lies with you. You are bound by your duty towards your child. Parenting teenagers is probably one of the hardest endeavors for parents to be skillful at, the one they are least trained for. With an in depth and complete understanding of the youth of today, Param Pujya Dadashri (master of spiritual science) has shown us how to win them over. In this book Param Pujya Dadashri helps parents on how to deal with children, instill moral values, discipline and manners in them. Param Pujya Dadashri has also guided the youth on how to strengthen child parent relationship and take care of parents as it is the highest religion.
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