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Psychologists Warn That Parents Should Avoid Saying These Phrases To Their Kids

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There’s no rule book to parenting. You really just have to go through trial and error and see what works best for your child. This also applies to when you are disciplining them. It’s hard, but eventually, you get the hang of it.

Parents are the most important people in a child’s life. They are the ones that pave the way to their future and the ones that kids look up to almost all the time. It’s the most difficult, yet rewarding job, to be a parent.

For all these reasons, it is so important for parents to be aware of how they speak to their kids. Every word and action that they do can really affect who the child will become when they go into adulthood.

Here are a few phrases that psychologists recommend to avoid when speaking to your child, no matter how hard it may be at the moment.

The first one is the classic saying “stop crying right now!” According to CuriousMindMagazine, avoid this line at all costs.

Even if you feel there’s no reason for them to be crying, kids are kids and they don’t know how to control their emotions just yet.

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By saying this line, you’re essentially telling your kid that they should hold back from their emotions which may cause suppression in the future.

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