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The parent's mood has a direct impact on the baby's reaction and general wellbeing. Moods are largely affected by emotions. Emotion is an essential ingredient in parenting. It is through emotions that caregivers best connect with the kids. Parents can use the emotions and gestures of the kids to identify the source of their distress. Emotional intelligence is therefore vital for parents, as supported by studies carried out on the subject. These studies show that parents who can better manage their emotions are better caregivers. This section will explore the available research in a bid to show how emotions are the bedrock of the parenting process.

What Is Effective Parenting?

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The overall product of effective parenting is for the child to realize his or her full potential as an adult.
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According to this article, effective parenting is the act of “carrying out the responsibilities of raising and relating to children in such a manner that the child is well prepared to realize his or her full potential as a human being.” In addition, effective parenting refers to a parenting style that increases the child’s chances…

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What Is Neglectful Parenting?

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Neglectful parenting, also commonly referred to as uninvolved parenting, is a parenting style where the parent is unavailable for his or her child both physically and emotionally. What sets neglectful parenting apart from the other parenting styles is the fact that the parents do not show much support for their children. Most of the time,…

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How to Cope with Separation Anxiety in Children

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Separation Anxiety in Children and How to Cope with It
Dealing with separation anxiety can be a tough phase for both children and parents.

Parenting with love and limits becomes difficult if children start displaying signs of separation anxiety. Babies initially spend a majority of their time sleeping, but once they are six to eight months old, they become more aware of familiar and unfamiliar surroundings and start to recognize their parents and caregivers. At this stage, children may…

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How to Nurture Your Baby’s Brain through Responsive and Godly Parenting

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Nurture Your Baby’s Brain Through Responsive

Parents are very much concerned with their babies’ physical comfort and nutrition because they want their children to become healthy and physically strong. Likewise, parents need to give equal importance and attention to their babies’ emotional needs and nurturing in order to raise balanced, caring, and empathetic individuals. These are the traits of godly parenting…

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Mind-Boosting Games to Play with Your Baby: A Great Parenting Strategy

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Mind Boosting Games to Play with Your Baby A Great Parenting Strategy
Mind Boosting Games to Play with Your Baby A Great Parenting Strategy

In the first months of life, babies spend a lot of time sleeping; nevertheless, they have a heightened awareness of their surroundings and actively engage with their environment. Cues such as making eye contact, smiling, and laughing are all ways babies react to the world around them. Interacting with the environment augments the developmental processes…

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