Your child might not always want physical affection from you.But you can show your love and support by: Respect your child’s feelings and opinions Try to tune into your child’s feelings.This might be hard to handle, but exploring opinions and ideas is one of the ways your child works out where she fits in the world.And if you have a difference of opinion, it’s a good chance for you to talk about how people often have different perspectives and that’s OK.
When Ben Seewald jokingly wrote to fiancee Jessa, "Give me a ring," Jim Bob actually jumped in on the group text, writing "No ring yet." With a smiley face emoticon. Whatever you think of him, Jim Bob needs his own Instagram so he can start posting screen shots of this stuff.
Yet, despite his hypocrisy, and the fact that everything about them has been under more scrutiny, the Duggars weathered the storm.
TLC axed , and you can count on them never backing down from their beliefs.
Taking your child’s opinions and ideas seriously gives an important boost to her self-esteem.
Your child’s opinions might be different from yours, and more like those of her peers.