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Oscar Dementiev
Oscar Dementiev

Parental Love

Keep pure love as your parental motivation, and the Holy Spirit will lead you to other parents who may be a few steps ahead in their healthy parenting. Learn from parental mentors who do not have all the answers but who are students of loving their children like they need to be loved and who are intentional in exposing their children to Jesus, i.e., church small groups. Worship with peers. Bible discussions at home. Church camps for students. Mission trips. Reward your child for scripture memory. Mainly, pray for your children to rest in their being beloved by God.

Parental Love

If Grusky, Hall, and Markus are correct, what can be done to make opportunity more equal, given that parents with means will not give up doing the best for their kids (see parental love, above). The authors lay out three options.

One professor at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley agrees that yes, love is, in fact, complicated. So he has turned to science to try to better understand what happens to you when you fall in love, fall in lust, or just plain crush on someone.

While instinctual love can be seen from birth between child and parent, romantic love is a little different; the timing of the chemical reaction is different. Romantic love takes time to develop, Eisenmann said, and first comes knocking at the door during pre-adolescence.

Our choices about romantic love get so much more complex because, in addition to the chemical signals, factors like culture, society, proximity and parental influence all contribute to who and how we choose to love.

The central challenge we face in appreciating Silas Marner flows from this shift. Are we still a people who embrace this kind of relational self-sacrifice as normal and good? To whom do we imagine giving our life and love?

I cannot think of anything more compelling than the love of parents that would prevent a child from harming him or herself. Often children, when they are still young, are unaware of the kind of pain they could cause parents when they voluntarily injure themselves or go to the extent of taking their own lives. Though my parents are no more, I shudder to think of how much pain worse than death it would have caused them if, as children, any of us took such dangerous decisions of taking our own lives. Children need to be made aware of that vulnerable part about their parents. That subtle awareness of how much their being alive means to the parents needs to be instilled in their consciousness. Some positive guilt in this direction could help immensely.

South Asians in general are not an expressive people when it comes to showing love especially as the children get older. These are reticent cultures where people would rather see characters holding hands and kissing in films than do anything remotely close in real life. We need to learn something from American parents in this regard. I like it when they make the children believe that they are unconditionally loved, no matter whether they fail or succeed. American parents are not afraid to openly express their feelings for their children. For most Indian parents, expression has nothing to do with love. It is such parents who first need to be given some basic education about human feelings in this country. I cannot see why it would kill them to tell the grown up child that he or she is loved unconditionally. The boy or girl would probably recollect it every time their minds took a negative turn for the worse.

I remember a student of mine who told me that her grandfather, despite being born poor, was so loved by his friends that in his old age, although he was disabled, his friends would come home and take him on a bicycle to spend time with them at the coffee shop. One would consider it a blessing to be in the place of the grandfather who had such sweet friends, which many people in higher positions would dream of having at that point in their lives. As clichéd as it sounds, there are things that money and worldly success cannot buy.

Both the extremes, over-praise and over-criticism, can be counterproductive though I would rather go with the former than the latter. The thought, however, needs to be seeded in the minds of children that if they did something to hurt themselves or put themselves in a hurtful situation, that it would cause immense pain to the parents. This can have positive results when the child is placed in a dilemma with respect to his or her actions. But, of course, in the process they should also be educated not to hurt others. This must be specially drilled into the heads of boys who take it for granted that they could behave as they like with the womenfolk outside their homes. Parental love can achieve these things without too much difficulty although it needs to be done systematically along with a focused involvement with the child.

The researchers involved in this study concluded that the hormone oxytocin may be responsible for this effect. Oxytocin is a chemical in the brain released during times when a person feels love and connection. It has been shown to help parents bond with their children, adding a sense of trust and support between them. This bond most likely helps our brain produce and use oxytocin, causing a child to feel more positive emotions.

Another interesting idea is to use affection while disciplining your child. As you talk to them about what they did wrong, put your hand on their shoulder and give them a hug at the end of the conversation to ensure them that, even if you are not pleased with their behavior, you still love them. If your children hit their sister or brother, hug them and explain how hugging feels better than hitting.

A father is the male parent of a child. Besides the paternal bonds of a father to his children, the father may have a parental, legal, and social relationship with the child that carries with it certain rights and obligations. The pivotal role of being a mother is still the divine mission assigned to women alone. ... It illustrates the influence a mother plays to her child and in the long run to the society; that as a mother strives to nurture and teach a child, she explicitly makes the world a much better place. The depth of the love of parents for their children cannot be measured. It is like no other relationship. It exceeds concern for life itself. The love of a parent for a child is continuous and transcends heartbreak and disappointment.

My father is like a friend to me. He loves me at all times. He teaches me all the values and morals I must live by. And he himself lives by all the values. He believes in practicing what he preaches. So I find my father very honest. And he never finds it difficult to be that way.

My father is kind and generous. If anyone approaches him with a genuine need he helps them to whatever extent he can. And he never grudges any help he offers. My father is time conscious and punctual. He is strict with me because he wants me to be disciplined. Being disciplined is tough, but I know it is for my good. And so I always try my best to follow what my father tells me to do. Whenever I am in a difficulty my father helps me out with love and affection.

My father also enjoys gardening. I too find it very interesting to help him in the many little tasks so we can have a beautiful garden. He takes care of the garden with a great deal of attention. My father enjoys learning new things and always shares it with me. It is interesting to learn when my father teaches me. He teaches me with love and patience.

My father is kind and helpful. He is happy when he can help the poor to bring a smile on their faces. My father is hard working and a perfectionist. I always try to obey what he tells me to do. When he scolds me for the mistakes I do I know it is for my good, and I try to correct myself. I want to be like my father and be successful in achieving my goals. My father loves me. He encourages me to do my best. He wants me to develop good values and morals and be a good human being.

When your children finish a conversation with you, do they look like fine pottery in the process of being molded by your words with love and care or do they look like stone, having had parts of their hearts chipped away by negative, sharp or angry words.

A mother is a protector, disciplinarian and friend. A mother is a selfless, loving human who must sacrifice many of their wants and needs for the wants and needs of their children. A mother works hard to make sure their child is equipped with the knowledge, skills and abilities to make it as a competent human being.The role of the mother in the typical family is to bring unity and structure to the family unit. The mother plays multiple roles in the household. ... Some mothers home school their children and provide not only nurturing from mothering but also by filling the role of educator. ...On this glorious day my mother entered into glory... in the year 2009. She was a lovable, loyal, gift of of God to me and our family. I dedicate this article to my Loving Mom.. My father is hard working and disciplined. He is my teacher and guide. I look up to him for his advice and guidance. He teaches me with much love and patience. Even when I am slow to learn and understand he does not lose his temper. Instead, he teaches me patiently till I am able to understand.

My father is a nature lover. He loves to take us on picnics and trips to parks and forests and other scenic places. He is an artist and enjoys making paintings of natural scenery and landscapes when we go out on holidays. I too love to draw, and my father shares with me many interesting techniques of drawing and sketching.

My father is very special to me. He is the one person who loves me at all times. Even when he scolds me I know it is in my best interest that he does that. So I do not grudge his scolding. I always sincerely try to follow what my father tells me to do. When I obey my father I am happy and meet with a great deal of success. 041b061a72


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