3/15. Leave room for risks and mistakes
It’s dangerous to always protect your kid from danger. By so doing, you’re not strengthening that kid but turning an otherwise well-behaved kid into a banana. Allow your kids to experience life, take risks, fall, make mistakes and learn therefrom. Some lessons can only be learned by acquiring experience because no matter how much you say this is bad, they must first test it out. A child’s finger must be burned to know that fire is not safe. More so, when you caution a few times and they experience them and realize that you were right the whole time, they’ll be more inclined to follow your advise the next time.