How to Keep Your Children Away From Bad Company


In this fast paced world, people do not have time for their families. Parents are so engrossed in providing the basic necessities (food, clothes and good education) to their children that they forget that what children need the most is their love and attention.

If children are deprived of their parent’s love and attention, they seek attention elsewhere and often fall into bad company as a result. How to keep the children away from bad influence is a challenge that most people face these days. Luckily, with the help available online, these challenges can be overcome. Just follow the guidelines provided and read the experts’ opinions and comments to solve what has become a major problem these days.

No matter how busy you are, take at least half an hour to listen to your child. Let him talk; listen to any unusual thing he has to say. Encourage him to talk about his friends, the people he has met or any out of routine occurrence that may have happened.

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Make an effort to know your children’s friends and their families. Try to find out about their background. If you are satisfied then well and good; but maybe the other set of parents is as apprehensive about you as you are of them. However, if you think that the friend or his family can be a bad influence on your child, then try to steer your child away from them. Here you have to be very careful. If you force your child to sever ties with the friend then chances are he/ she won’t. Try to keep your child away by keeping him / her busy in activities. Ask your child to be social and make other friends. Slowly divert his/her attention away from that friend.

Take interest in your children’s activities. Keep a track of their performance in school. Be there at every occasion which is important for them.

Remember if you will shower them with love and attention, they will never go astray. Children often do wild things to get noticed. With your time, attention and affection they will grow up to be mature responsible adults.

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About the Author: Alan Kennon lives a very happy life with two kids and a lovely wife. He likes to share his life time experiences with others about how they can improve their lifestyle and personality.

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