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+20 Parents Confessed the Child-Rearing Mistakes That They Regret More Than Anything

 +20 Parents Confessed the Child-Rearing Mistakes That They Regret More Than Anything



The future lives of children and their direct and healthy integration with society are built on how to raise them. This shows that the writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry says: "All adults were children in the past." Unfortunately, parents often make mistakes when raising their children and then regret them remotely. Reddit users shared the most unpleasant stories that happened while they were educating their children.

mybabiesplace invites us to learn from our mistakes as he believes that man can learn from his mistakes. We encourage you to read these unpleasant situations to avoid them in the future, and not to fall into them.



  • Use public defamation as a form of discipline. It is a serious educational error. ©MojaveRed

  • My son, who was about 8 months old at the time, was placed on our change table which was around the waist and was turning for more diapers. Terrible decision . He was arrested as he was rolling on the table from a corner of my eyes, but when it was too late ... 3 feet fell directly onto his face. He never cried in his life before or after. I kept him and started crying because I felt guilty from harming him in this way. Do not lift your eyes off your children. ©WhoDat512

  • Man, one time, we decided my wife and I would take a trip to the harbor and tell our son where he seemed to us to be big enough to take him with us. After a day full of fun, we are on the way back home looking at my wife in the back seat, "Where is our son?" I think we were not accustomed to having a third person with us when we came out, so the story was how we almost forgot our child in a ice cream shop. Fortunately, the owner cared for him and gave him a free ice cream cone until we returned.  ©rapidnash

 +20 Parents Confessed the Child-Rearing Mistakes That They Regret More Than Anything



  • Teach them the freedom to express their feelings appropriately. It's ok to feel crazy/sad/frustrated, but not good to throw a book on your brother or close the door in his face.I may get crazy sometimes, but instead of screaming and throwing a rage, I will stay in my room for a few minutes until I can cool down a little.What I do with my eldest son (4.5) is sitting in the chair for 4 minutes and explaining the mistake/why I get angry. I want him to know that it's good to feel emotions, but there are better ways to deal with them rather than be destructive. ©PinkleopardPJ



  • When my two-year-old child was courageously trying to climb some of the playground equipment suitable for his age, I told him to be "careful". He stopped immediately and refused to retry. Still kicking myself. ©neobeguine



  • My 3-year-old daughter woke up at midnight and rushed to tell me he had a bad dream. I accompanied her back to her room and slightly talked to us about her dream. She said she was dreaming of the existence of bugs crawling in the walls and on her bed. Then I told her that he was just a dream and that the bugs were only in her head. No longer sleep for a long time, be careful about what you say to your children. ©fitcht3ll

 +20 Parents Confessed the Child-Rearing Mistakes That They Regret More Than Anything


  • They mock them every time they remember a girl/boy they like. ©Pixelated_Fudge



  • My daughter spent all her own money to buy her skateboard, making her scary that if she fell on board she would hit a car. In less than two days, you have not tried anymore. I don't know whether she is suffering from fear or not just want me to worry, but I feel I took one of the most physical hobbies she could have departed from by showing my own hidden. It is not attracted to physical activity now as an adult. ©preciousephish



  • We are taught to finish our food on the whole plate. Mistakes must eat children regularly and healthy, otherwise they can cause bad habits such as weight gain/feeling sick. ©Aerolites


  • Arbitrary say "no" to things.

     "Can I go out with my friends on Friday to watch a post-school movie? I can pay for it," he said.

      No."

     "All right ... Why not?"

      "Because I said this. Stop disrespect.” ©TedTheViking


  • When she was, like, 2, my wife decided to let her eat her lips of the beer. We were looking forward to seeing this little child, "Omg what I did to me and your trust" ... Instead I went to beer love a lot. So far you want some time each time of beer. ©C0ntrol_Group


 +20 Parents Confessed the Child-Rearing Mistakes That They Regret More Than Anything


  • The old stereotype that depends on a person's gender to determine his or her hobbies, my child cannot practice ballet because he or she is a boy, or cannot play soccer because she is a girl ... They are people, and let them become people. Let them know that you support them in everything they do, regardless of their gender. ©gohugatree


  • Do not take adolescent children seriously. Most parents and mothers only do what they do is ignore the feelings of adolescents under the pretext of "age difference and immaturity", which reduces the value of their words. I feel that this is extremely detrimental to the adolescent's self-esteem for his or her voice. Source: I didn't take it seriously when I was a teenager, 21 years old and still not taken seriously. ©Aehnyx


  • My eight-year-old son asked me if Santa was real, looked at his eyes and said he wanted the truth, and wanted me to swear to him that I told him the truth. So I decided that he was long enough and that I must be frank with him. The crocodile tears began to cry and were completely destroyed. He told me after the fact that some other children in his class were saying Santa was not real, so he wanted to make sure he was real before he argued with them. This was 3 years ago, and told me last Christmas that it was the worst ever and that it would be better to lie to his little sister when asked. Lesson learned.  ©thats_my_username

 +20 Parents Confessed the Child-Rearing Mistakes That They Regret More Than Anything


  • Parents who require their children to use their hands sterilized all the time and stay away from germs usually produce sick children. Your body should take a little bad things from time to time so the body can later recognize them and learn how to fight them. Some bacteria are good bacteria and have just killed 99.99% of it. ©HEYdontIknow


  • I already had to develop this with my children. I forgot that I am an adult with 30 years of experience written on my shoulders. My children say, "I want to do it!" I immediately say, "I will never make it, it's a saturated market ... So..." They see the world with an optimistic view in the hope of success, but I see a million ways to fail them. Now I do my best to let them try everything they want ... Within reasonable limits, of course if age is appropriate. I don't want to be the reason why they didn't follow their dreams. ©noname



  • I documented my 18-year-old brother to watch my son. He made my son wake up from the top of his bed so he didn't bother him while playing a video game. My son looked at the edge and got pieces of fan just above his need. He now has a big scar. ©theonethesongisabout
 +20 Parents Confessed the Child-Rearing Mistakes That They Regret More Than Anything



  • I like listening to music in the car and some of the music clearly features some young or suspicious words. When my little son in the car had always skipped some songs but sometimes one of the slides through the cracks. Sex was thrown at the fire by the Kings of Lyon. He returned home in one day and split parts of the song and tried desperately to forget that he had not done so. I had a clear idea of trying to force him to change the word to something else. He was still in the early modern stage so everything seemed a little confused. However, you have succeeded with the word 's' for about a day or so it is then just wander around singing about how you fell on fire. Then he forgot and moved up to something else and feared dead from him saying he is in a childker fade. ©cardboardshrimp


  • Let my kids spend a long time / with the family. Allow others to raise my children for the example of the year on the pretext that there is no time. Biggest error. Work so much I missed my little 60+ hours a week. ©invayduhzym


  • I do not support them. In fact, I had to take them to feel like them.  ©tuurrr
 +20 Parents Confessed the Child-Rearing Mistakes That They Regret More Than Anything


Have you ever made mistakes that you regret while raising your children? Or maybe you’ve had the same problems as the Reddit users?






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