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How NOT to guilt-trip a child


Good communication is the answer to all parenting problems. Rather than blaming or manipulating your child to get things done, talk to them. Be a good listener and understand what they’re going through.

As a parent, you must be a guiding light for your child. Let them know how their negative behaviour is affecting others and why they should transform themselves for the better.

Parents must also recognize the triggers that tempt them to use guilt-trips and try finding ways to alter them.

Build a space where your child feels free to make mistakes and learn from them. Teach them responsibility rather than taunting them for being irresponsible.

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