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Now days it is commonly believed by most parents that it is quite essential to give some quality time to their kids. It is a general idea that if an hour has been spent by the parents with their kids, it is enough. This one hour of quality time usually includes eating outside with their children, watching television, watching movies and activities like that.
It is very important for the parents to be present as a witness to the lives of their children. It basically means creating some memories that can never be forgotten and always act as a support to their kids when the going gets tough. Let us take for instance a dyslexic kid, it becomes the responsibility of the parents to advice and guide him in sorting out his letters. It is also the duty of the parents to help a troubled teen or a kid and make a sincere attempt at correcting his maladaptive behaviours.

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Romario Posted: Sunday, December 29, 2013 2:49:17 AM(UTC)
 
You can't just change other peploe but you can change yourself. What may be disappointing may turn into something good when you try to look at what lessons you can learn out of those disappointing moments or peploe. Maybe you learn to be more patient, more understanding, more focused look at the bright side out of every seemingly bad moment and you'll be a lot better.