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Frustrating, isn’t it?
You try your best as a parent.
You love your children unconditionally. You spend time with them. You give them gifts. You provide them with everything they need.
But somehow they don’t seem to appreciate it.
They complain about their lives. And – more annoyingly – they complain about you being a naggy, unreasonable parent.
You wonder to yourself, “Why don’t they appreciate everything I do for them?”
If this describes your situation, I’m here to help.
Having worked with thousands of children and teens, I realise there are many common mistakes that parents don’t even know they’re making.
I’ll explain 12 of these mistakes, which may be causing your child to be unhappy and unmotivated. (Some of them might surprise you as being mistakes!)
1. Making your children the center of the universe.
Does your family’s schedule revolve around your children?
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