Never Use These Phrases When You’re Talking With Your Child

Ladies and gentlemen, I really think that we can all agree on one thing – when we are born, our parents are everything we have in this world. Agree?! Share your thoughts in the comment section below. Our parents are someone we turn to for support, guidance, and safety. Everything that a parent does and how they do it becomes an important part of their child’s life. The way we speak to our children becomes their inner voice. It tells them what is right and what is wrong. Well, this means one thing – if you are often angry and cold towards your children they will carry on this into adulthood. Parents, do yourselves a “small” favor and never use the following 5 phrases when you are talking to your child:

1. I’m disappointed in you!

Parents usually say this when they feel really bad. But, it doesn’t mean it’s ok. Parents, trying to make your kids responsible for your disappointment is something really selfish. You can be disappointed in a friend, movie, or even your country’s politics! But, you can’t be disappointed in your child. So, when your kid does something wrong, you should guide it back. Your disappointment is in your guidance, not your child. You should teach your child what they did is wrong and why.