5 Best Parenting Tips to Follow


Everyone wants to be a good parent to their children. What makes a great parent is defined not only by the actions of the parents but also by their motives. A good parent or guardian does not have to be perfect.

No one is right. No baby is perfect.  It’s important to keep that in mind when we set our expectations. Successful parenting is not about achieving perfection. Set a high standard for ourselves first and then our children second. We act as role models for them.

Here are 5 tips on how to be a good parent. Not many of them are quick or easy. And perhaps no one can do it all the time. But if you can continue working on the tips in this parenting guide, even if you can do some of these for a while, you will still be on the right track.

How To Be A Good Parent – Top Best 5 Parenting Tips

Must Be A Good Role Model:

 Humans are a special species in part because we can learn by imitation. We program to copy the actions of others, to understand them, and to incorporate them into our own. Children, in particular, are very careful about what their parents do.

So, you want your child to be the person – respect your child, show them positive behavior and attitude, be sympathetic to your child’s emotions –

and your child will follow suit.

Love Them And Express It In Your Actions:

 There is nothing like loving your child too much. Their love cannot ruin them. Only you can do (or give) what you want in the name of love – things like material enjoyment, humility, low expectations, and extra protection. When these things are given in the place of true love, then you will have a spoiled child.

Loving your child can be as simple as embracing them, spending time with them, and listening to their problems seriously every day.

Practice Kind And Strong Positive Parenting:


Babies are born with about 100 billion brain cells that have little connection. These connections shape our thinking, drive our actions, shape our personality, and determine who we are. These are created, empowered, and “sculpted” through our life experiences.

Give your child a positive experience. They will be able to experience positive experiences for themselves and offer them to others.

Give your child a negative experience and it will greatly affect their betterment.

Sing that nonsense song. There is a tickling marathon. Go to the park. Smile with your child. Ride through a sensitive tram. Solve a problem together with a hugely positive attitude.

These positive experiences not only make a good connection to your child’s brain, but they also form the memories that your child will carry throughout his life.

Being a good parent means teaching your child morals about what is right and what is wrong. Setting boundaries and being consistent is the key to good discipline. Be kind and firm when applying these rules. Concentrate on the factors behind the child’s behavior. And create learning opportunities for the future without punishing the past.

Be A Haven For Your Child:

 Let your child know that you are always responsive to your child’s cues and sensitive to their needs. Support and accept your baby as an individual. Become a warm, haven for your child to explore.

Children raised by consistently responsive parents tend to have improved mental control, social skills development, and mental health outcomes.

Talk To Your Child And Help Them Integrate Their Brains:

 Many of us already know the importance of communication. Talk to your baby and listen to them attentively.

By keeping an open line of communication, your relationship with your child will be better and your child will come to you if there is any problem.

But there is another reason for communication – you help your child to assemble different parts of his/her brain.

Integration is similar to our body where different organs need to coordinate and work together to maintain a healthy body. When different parts of the brain are brought together, they can work more harmoniously overall, meaning less anger, more collaborative behavior, more empathy, and better mental health.

To do this, talk through boring experiences. Ask your child to describe what happened and how he/she felt to establish incidental communication.


The good news is that although parenting is difficult, it is also very rewarding. The downside is that rewards usually come much later than hard work. But if we try our best now, we will be rewarded in the end and there is nothing to regret.

Happy parenting!

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