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The toughest job you've got to love!!

3 years, 7 months

Doesn’t it feel like parenting is one of the most difficult tasks in this life? First, it was being an adult, now, we have to be responsible for another beautiful creature while trying to effectively manage a work-life balance. We stay up all night with the goal of being “perfect” parents that will raise the most god-fearing, well-mannered and brilliant children and the reality is that we end up being just good-enough parents with children who will do just fine.

Parents have the MOST influence in helping their children grow happy and learn to cope well in difficult life situations; it’s not the teachers, or coaches or religious leaders but it is us, their parents. Furthermore, UNODC Listen First Program suggests that “even in very difficult circumstances, a strong bond between children and their parents can mean less risky behaviours”.

Since you are a member of the #Empowered4Impact Community, we thought you should know the top three ways to improve the quality of relationship you have with your children at home, in your community, in your workspace and anywhere you are being placed to be a parent. We will also like to put a disclaimer on the fact that we are no “sage on the stage”, we just want to be “a guide on the side”, so here goes nothing:
 So what do you think, is this doable? We think absolutely! It is so doable and we are certain that many of us are already practising these three ways and even more, therefore, we have a little task for you. This week, we want you to write back to us sharing your parenting experience with any of the ways and how this way constantly improves the quality of the relationship between you and your children.P.S
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