To love your child equally for some parents can be a difficult one.
We often wonder why our adult lives are so complicated when what we should be thinking of is how did we get that stage of our lives? Our childhood years have given us what we now have, but in some cases our parents have lots to do with our mistakes too.
As often as you think your life is perfect but what you do as child does in fact affect our adult years, as a child you feel you have missed something, either your parents not loving you, or that you weren’t loved equally, and you were not the favourite one. This happens in most households, parents don’t always have time for all their children.
In some cultures sons are preferred to daughters, in the process the neglect of girls are increased and the boys have the most attention. These issues get worse and eventually the communication disappears between parents and their daughters. Often parents fail to trust their daughters probably because they wouldn’t want them to make the same mistakes as they did, it normally early pregnancies, or having to live a normal life, socialising, having friends, and going out and accepting their young lives.
Parents can’t choose their daughter’s lives. If parents think the worse of their child because it is a female being born then how could that be a happy life on this earth?
A difficult way of life if this is a traditional one, talking to your parents must be a hard task and to understand each other it just won’t work, also if your parents often to heed to what others gossip this destroys the relationship between parent and child.
You should love your child no matter what gender and don’t always plan your child’s life, and expect the worst of your child because of gender. Loving your child proves you to be a good parent, and bonding is easy. Let your child hear what you have to say, life can be argumentative, but if you as a parent expects your child to live like you did then you are definitely going the wrong way.
Published in: Family