1. Respect One Another
Never put off being together. Being close to a family does not negate the importance of respecting individuality. Every child has their own desires and abilities. By respecting the ideas and interests of the child, it means that you provide opportunities for the child’s natural abilities to be demonstrated. Respect is one of the behaviors that children dominate most of the observation. If you listen without trying to be judgmental and act politely towards all ages, then this will send an indirect message to the child that other people should be respected.
2. Maintaining Communication
Building a smart, harmonious and harmonious family depends on your understanding of the feelings of each individual at home, which is certainly not an easy matter. Let each member of your family feel that they are understood and that their feelings and thoughts will count.
3. Learning From Children
Never be so stiff as a parent and always assume that our opinion is always right compared to children. Because the whole journey of parents is about giving and taking learning experiences. If you just look at the problem from your point of view without seeing it from the child’s point of view, then you will miss a lot. Never be embarrassed when your child finds out your mistakes. Mistakes will humanize you, not belittle you in the eyes of the child. In addition, let the child see how you are responsible for what you have done, this way the child will learn how to deal with problems and be responsible for it.
4. Value the process, not the end result
Every parent may want their children to grow up smart and with good performance. But do not occasionally sue your child too hard when what you expect does not match the reality that the child gets. Children tend to judge themselves by how others value them. So give appreciation to every effort that has been made by children and other individuals at home, no matter how perfect the results, the most important thing is to respect the process and hard work not the result.
5. Overcoming Common Problems
A smart family will involve all individuals in the family in making decisions about routine and choices. As a parent you need to form a non-authoritarian family discussion. As your children grow older, give them more responsibility and independence. Because intelligent families are able to handle family problems before they grow bigger and more difficult to overcome. A harmonious and respectful family can certainly build a more pleasant atmosphere at home.