A new approach to parenting, focus.
As a child, have you ever been told to "focus, focus, focus"? Most likely, as a student, perhaps? Would not doubt it.
As a parent? Probably not till now...
Being told to focus as a parent is not as common. It should be done. However.
Focusing is a big part of parenting.
Honestly, we usually would not think about it, but it is true.
Parenting requires focusing.
What part of parenting, outside of extracurricular activities does not require focusing on your child?
Here are some examples:
- While having a conversation with your child
- While reading a book to your child
- While building with blocks with your child
These are just some simple examples of why this new approach is so important. Simply to focus.
This new approach of focusing is not only meant to display the importance of focusing with your child, but to also be used as a useful tool. This tool can become handy when you need to figure out how to solve a problem, or rather enhance your parenting skills and knowledge.
If you see your friend mommies struggling. Pull them on to the side and ask them this question "What is more important than to focus on your child and parenting skills used?"
Focus and think on your relationships to turn them into healthy ones!
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