Parenting is the process of promoting and supporting development of a child from infancy to adulthood. This development includes the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual. I learned that when I am angry, my children’s goal is probably power.
When I feel hurt, that tells me that the children are probably seeking revenge. When I feel helpless, the child is showing inadequacy. When I am worried or alarmed, the child is seeking approval of friends.
In my journey I felt the human right were the way to go, so here they are. They speak for themselves. T family meeting I remember each of us from time to time need reminding that this helps to have a peaceful home.
Children have Human Rights.
1. Children have a right to be respected by their parents or guardians, and to be involved in decisions that affect themselves.
2. Children have a right to say what they want and think and feel as long as doing so does not break the law or affect other people’s rights.
3. Children have a right to personal privacy, including not having personal letters opened or phone calls listened to unless the law allows this.
4. Children have a right to a wide range of information, especially any which would make their life better for them.
5. Children have a right to proper care and protection from all forms of violence, including cruel punishment, belittling or lack of respect.
6. Children have a right to a proper standard of living, good food, good health care and the best possible chance to develop fully
7. Disabled children have a right to be enabled to take an active and full part in every day life.
8. Every child is entitled to rest and play, and to have a chance to join in a wide range of activities.
Parents have Human Rights.
1. Parents have a right to be listened to and heard by their children as their children have to be listened to and respected by their parents.
2. Parents have a right to time for relaxing and developing themselves- also have a right to time on their own with their spouse and other significant adult.
3. Have a right to postpone making a decision until they have time to think.
4. Have a right to say ‘No’, to set reasonable limits for their children, and within reason, to let them experience the effects of ignoring those limits.
5. Have a right to have their work at home valued and appreciated by the significant people in their lives as well as by government and state bodies.
6. Have a right to ask their children for reasonable help around their home, according to each child’s ability.
7. Parents have a right to communicate their values and opinions to their children- though they can't force their child to have the same values.
8. Parents have a right to proper support in providing their children with due rights and respect.
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