As parents, we have a moral obligation to provide for our children, it is also our duty to teach and instruct them on right and wrong. Today, because of the concern for their futures, parents tend to bury their noses in work. Even if the work is supposed to be for the betterment of their life, not being there for them can cause a troubled life for children.
For an effective child-parent relationship, I highly suggest having a meaningful conversation in the car while driving to the mall or anywhere you are taking them. It is effective since the back seat of the car is confined and their options are limited. This is what I have learned, a teenager is a captive audience if given the chance to converse with a parent. This is a good opportunity to see how their person has developed and their progress. Listening to them we find out more and more about them.
In the past year, there seemed to not be much time in the day. Everyone has always focused on having quality time, we often forget that quantity time will help you keep track of your children’s progress. Making a habit of having conversations with your children allows every parent to get to know their children better. Over time, the parent-child relationship develops, opens communication, and keeps harmony at home.