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Each parent will have their own parenting techniques that they’ll like to use on their child. Some will also argue that there is no right or wrong way to raise a child, but this isn’t the case. You need to have the perfect mix of stability, fun, and discipline. But managing all these can sometimes be a hard task. To make sure you’re doing it the right way, we’ve put together a few ways in which you can play the best of both worlds so that your child is raised the right way. Have a read on to find out more.

 

Discipline

This is the hardest one to try and get right. Discipline is essential, or there is no doubt that your child will grow up with no boundaries. You have to be careful with this one. You want to make sure they’re growing up without having a restricted life, but also without running wild. If you know they’re doing something wrong, try talking to them and explaining it is wrong, rather than shouting to begin with. Shouting isn’t always the best method to use. Once they get to a certain age they need to learn how to keep themselves disciplined. One perfect way of doing so is through church. It allows them to follow a faith and be part of a supportive group, as well as knowing the difference between right and wrong as God will teach them. As Jesus quotes, ‘do not judge, or you too will be judged’. It is simple little life lessons like this that the bible is able to teach them that will help them grow as a better person. If they do get to a rebellious stage in life, look to God to help you both through it. Again, use faith as a lesson.

 

Fun

Being able to have fun with your children is the most important part of parenting. They need to be able to look to you as a friend, rather than just someone who is telling them what to do all the time. Building a bond through fun is so easy. You could find a hobby you both enjoy doing and use that to boost your relationship. Family days out are also perfect for this. The more memories you’re building together, the stronger you’re going to be as a family.

 

Stability

Stability is essential if you want to raise them right. A chaotic family life can often lead to erratic behaviours from a child. It isn’t just the home they need to have stability in, school is so important as well. Make sure they’re always on track with their work, and even encourage them to join a school club. It’ll give them something to look forward to each week, and the routine it’ll create will give them the stability they need. Sometimes it is impossible to prevent family instability, but the more you can protect them from the better.

So there are just a few ways in which you can raise your child right. For any more advice you can just follow guides such as this one.