How I wish there was a manual that we all can follow on parenting.
I'm sharing with you guys an article written by my HS batch mate, Sherilyn. Please click the link to read the full piece.
Repairing an interaction is one of the most valuable gifts we can give our kids — they learn that it is okay to make mistakes and that it doesn’t take away from a person to apologize. Kids benefit more from a parent who humbles and repairs than from a perfect parent. Another wonderful thing I’ve learned firsthand is that kids are so forgiving and they can sense a parent’s commitment to them. When we got home, my daughter made me this drawing to repair her interaction with me.
borrowing from my friend's site
I hope you find it helpful.