Sunday, June 30, 2013

Children Need to Learn The Meaning Of Respect

If I had spoken to my parents the way
some children do now, I wouldn't be here
to share this status!

Some children need to learn the meaning of respect.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Boy oh boy, If I even crossed my parents when younger, I lost out on either a meal, a trip planned with the family, loss of all fun in my life, never ending chores....I guess looking back, I felt like living in a boot camp, yet, I'm in in control of my life, so take the good with the bad !

Anonymous said...

I don't care how old that child might be doesn't mean ya gotta put up with it ever again!!

Anonymous said...

Parents are the ones who need to teach their kids respect for people and for other peoples property. Parents need to be parents instead of trying to be friends with their
Kids. They can be friends with their kids when their kids become adults. My parents
Taught me to respect people and their property. They were my parents not my friend.
that is what I taught my children also. Don't blame the kids for not respecting people
or peoples property if their parents didn't teach them respect. BLAME THEIR PARENTS.

Anonymous said...

That is true: All the parents should be Parents and teach your child RESPECT,CONSIDERATION and thoughtfulness.

Think before you act and speak. Because Once you say or do. You can't take it back!!!

You will ALWAYS be the PARENT. Not a FRIEND.

Anonymous said...

So true my parents didn't beat us too much we realized if we acted up or showed disrespect we had to go get a big switch off the tree or get the belt. I swear they could hear us if we whispered so we learned at an early age and all of us grew up to be great people Thanks to our Parents.

Anonymous said...

from my point of view some parents have taught their kids to be respectful but some kids just want to do what they want to do

Eva said...

That is very true. Parents may do to the best of their ability. Their children will do as they wish. And, yes, my parents taught me to respect everyone.

Dale Reshotnik said...

I NEVER talked 2 my parents the way kids do now!!! Ur absolutely right that they need 2 learn RESPECT!!!

Anonymous said...

You cannot compare the before and now! Has something to do with technology... but i believe we as parents, should always be in control when it comes to our children. I raised my girls to be God-fearing! Talked to them about everything... telling them my younger years... and let them realized how lucky they were for having at least good family! But most of all "Reaching out to them" cause their thoughts are not the same as ours... meeting half-way! As long as there is communication... i guess that's the key! Don't be a "scary" mom or dad!.try to be the "bestfriend" that they can always call on!

Anonymous said...

http://www.simplypsychology.org/authoritarian-personality.html

Anonymous said...

You can be a parent and a best friend to ur kids, the parent part teaches them respect, consideration, thoughtfulness, routines etc but the best friend part is the part that sits and talks with them about everything and builds a good relationship from an early age so that no matter what the situation ur child knows that they can come an tell you not go to someone else and maybe end up being in serious danger and you have no clue whats been going on, I am a single mum so i am both good cop bad cop but my kids talk to me about everything we have solid routines in place an respect and from time to time they try an push the boundaries an thats when the parent part steps in but once the daily chores and essentials ie school and homework is done then we have fun and talk and laugh and bond, but most parents these days are scared to discipline their kids or even try an teach them respect or right from wrong coz the things that we went through as kids that done us no harm at all and made up the people we are today gets classed as abuse