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Continuing with parental ɑԹօӀօցíҽՏ:-

"ʍíՏԵɑƘҽՏ ɑɾҽ ɑӀաɑվՏ ƒօɾցíѵɑҍӀҽ íƒ օղҽ հɑՏ Եհҽ ϲօմɾɑցҽ Եօ ɑժʍíԵ Եհҽʍ ɑղժ Ӏҽɑɾղ ƒɾօʍ Եհҽʍ ".

1. Apologising is modelling good behaviour. There are valuable lessons we can share with our children, such as humility ..and also that in life mistakes will keep happening, saying sorry genuinely will help them move on while owning the mistakes. Sorry is a magical word and comes from strong and resilient people, especially when it comes from depicts our character.

2. An apology has a direct connect with Respect and the person offering it is operating from a position of respect and is therefore ready to allocate it to his /her children.

" remember your ϲհíӀժɾҽղ աíӀӀ ժօ ահɑԵ վօմ ժօ ղօԵ ահɑԵ վօմ Տɑվ".

3. Saying sorry is empowering both for the giver as for the receiver yet your tone can be warm and affectionate. The children usually do not forget that you are the parent unless they know they can have their way ...where you succumb and weaken in absolute love for your child or fear of displeasing him or her. A SORRY when offered at the right time ⏳" and moment has tremendous impact and your role as a 👪 is also not questioned or challenged.

4. Parenting is never about power struggles with your children and here it is important to know your role as a parent and also yo mentor ...set the bar, such that the mirror the best version of you as a model and also an adult in their life....where they are proud of the person then are becoming.😊😊.

5.Lastly, if possible be open to third person perspective from time to time what may see as criticism is often feedback and there it is important to look beyond the ancillary and see the take aways.

"A genuine sorry can be very transformative and magical in family dynamics".👩‍👩‍👧‍👧.

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