Badass Parents: 5 Ways to Be a Badass Parent & Deepen Relationships With Your Kids by Roma Khetarpal

Parenting
10 months ago
Badass Parents: 5 Ways to Be a Badass Parent & Deepen Relationships With Your Kids

I like to think that badass means that you are strong in your convictions, whether that applies to your career, to standing up for yourself, to your ethics and morals, even simply to sports. I’d like to share what I believe are the five essential qualities of a badass parent:

  • Badass parents are mindful and conscious, aware of their internal landscape when addressing issues with children. They practice being mindful of their children and of themselves.
  • Badass parents are emotionally intelligent and good listeners. They don’t judge their children’s feelings, keeping in mind that feelings are not right or wrong.
  • Badass parents are honorable, accepting and respecting their kids for themselves. They recognize that each child is unique and deserves to shine in his or her own way.
  • Badass parents practice kindness … always. They don’t use bad language or scream at their kids. And if they’ve had an outburst, they apologize to the kids.
  • Badass parents make time to do nothing with their kids. They know that even five minutes a day can deepen connections.

So, get out there and be a badass parent and inspire others to do the same!

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Elisa All Schmitz 30Seconds
What an awesome perspective! YOU are a badass, Roma Khetarpal ! Tools Of Growth
Cynthia Miller
This is a perfect and succinct reminder of ultimate truths. Thank you! It's so easy to think "ugh, I did NOT do ...." -- your reminder that 5 minutes a day matters is terrific! Great post! Thanks for taking the time to share!

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