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Your kids are watching you. They're listening when you least expect it, and their little eyes are peeking around the corner when you think they're playing nicely in their rooms. It might sound a little bit like a scene from a horror movie, but instead, it's something every single needs to be aware of. Your children are watching you and your spouse or partner. What do they see?
Here are five things you should make sure they observe.
Kiss - Ciuman Kasih Sayang
Occasional signs of affection, from a kiss to hand holding, are really important for children to see their parents engage in. Don't be over the top, but don't be afraid to let your children see how two people act when they are in love. Children learn from your actions as well as your words. Show them what love looks like.
Fight - Mempertahankan Kebenaran
No one who lives together is going to get along well all of the time. Arguments are going to happen. Don't feel the need to keep them behind entirely closed doors. I don't advocate having screaming and yelling matches in front of the kids. But I do firmly believe that children need to see their parents disagree in order to learn how to effectively manage conflict on their own. The occasional disagreement in the presence of the kids may actually help you learn to fight fair yourself.
Make Up - Menyelesaikan Masalah
Don't leave things hanging with your partner, especially in front of the kids. If you've had a disagreement or argument, you should absolutely let your children hear and see you make up. Say you're sorry. Explain what went wrong. Hug one another. Move on. Don't hold a grudge or engage in spiteful behavior towards your spouse. Your children will learn from that, if you do.
Communicate Effectively - Komunikasi Berkesan
Let your children see you and your spouse or partner talk to one another on a daily basis. Talk about work, talk about the kids, or talk about the weather. It doesn't really matter what you talk about, as long as you are talking, and listening, to one another. In fact, it doesn't even matter if you're married or divorced. Talking and listening to one are signs of respect. Show them to your children every day.
Do Things Together - Melakukan Kerja Bersama-sama
Get a babysitter and go on a date. Play a game of cards (with or without the kids). Sit next to one another on the couch while you're both reading. You wash, you dry the dishes. Let your children see you doing things together on a regular basis. - shine.yahoo.com
what would i say :
anak2 akan lebih cepat belajar berpandukan apa yang mereka lihat dan dengar aripada apa yang mereka dengar sahaja..... setuju x?