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To educating your child, appreciating him (or her), and modeling emotionally healthy behaviors, remember that your job as a parent is to guide your baby—Not control him.
Allow your child the freedom to make his own mistakes, but be there for him when he does and helps him correct them.
Praise him or her not only when they do well, but also when he keeps trying despite repeated failures. Cherish the “little things” that make each day special and, above all else, have patience and tolerance.
This will help your child to grow up healthy and happy and ensure that you never look back with regret, wishing you had raised him differently.