There’s no such thing as an ideal parent. For those new to parenting, the pressure can be overwhelming and confusing. While the methods deployed by their parents are most likely to be considered outdated, new systems may seem perplexing and challenging to imbibe.
One of the biggest thoughts most parents have are, how will kids react to the news of something like a divorce? Now, to be honest, kids are way more mature today than ever before and they are way smarter than we give them credit for.
The popular consensus is that children are curious, and more often than not, they will find out about truths that adults try to keep from them. It is therefore advisable that parents talk to them about complex subjects, instead of them getting information from friends or the internet.
"The lockdown, in its various forms, extended for a period of almost two years. For many of these children, the pandemic time was a period of prolonged stress and anxiety, the remnants of which continue to be visible today."
"The support system that parents form should not be used to decide careers of children, ever. It should be supporting them and giving the children the freedom to choose their own careers, however outlandish or immature it may appear at the moment."