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    The importance of parental involvement in the lives of their children

    Since many parents really underestimate the importance of attention to their child, I feel it's necessary to share some information with you.

    The main things you should always remember are:

    1) Your children need you, your attention and support. Even when it seems to you that the child does not want to talk to you at all, perhaps he is angry with you, believe me, he wants you to try to find out from him what happened, your child must trust you;

    2) If your child is offended by one of the relatives - you must stand up for him! No one has the right to harm your child, not even relatives!

    3) Be aware of your children's feelings and watch them react to shocking news, such as a parent's who's filing for divorce in Georgia or a family member moves. Also, try not to quarrel with your spouse in front of a child. Believe me, he will not get anything good from this.

    4) If violence is used against you in your family - don't wait until this fate catches up with the child - just run! You can protect your child and give yourself the right to a happy life. Unfortunately, many criminals were crippled by emotional as children. Their psyche cannot withstand the hard blows of fate without the help of adults.

    5) Take care of your children. Every time you feel like yelling at or hitting your child, remind yourself that he is, first of all, a child, and he has the right to make mistakes. Please raise your children with words - don't hit.

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    Re: The importance of parental involvement in the lives of their children



    Continuous examination shows that family commitment in schools improves understudy accomplishment, decreases truancy, and reestablishes guardians' trust in their youngsters' training. Understudies with included guardians or different parental figures procure higher evaluations and grades, have better social aptitudes, and show improved conduct.

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