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Parents should work hard to resolve issues and this may require proper planning. Just like any long term project, parenting should also be based on plan. When creating a parenting plan, you should clarify priorities on what you want to achieve. When developing a parenting plan, you should Make sure to meet the needs of…
Parents should work hard to resolve issues and this may require proper planning. Just like any long term project, parenting should also be based on plan. When creating a parenting plan, you should clarify priorities on what you want to achieve. When developing a parenting plan, you should
Situation in the family can be quite different; you need to be flexible when making a parenting plan. If you don’t have any idea how to start, you can begin by making a rough draft of your plan. Make simple stages that you want to achieve for short, medium and long term goals. You can always modify them later, as you have better information on what to do. As an example, your long term plan details may include assisting your children to become better individuals on all aspects. You may also want to openly discuss with children about their daily activities. It would be very helpful for children, if their decision making process is supported by parents. By doing these simple tasks, you are showing that children are your central focus, which will be beneficial for everyone in the family.
Parenting plan should also address issues about relationships with both parents. You should define how father and mother, each have roles in the family. There must be clear explanation on roles of each parent when it comes to parenting. There are common tasks, but there are also tasks that can be performed by only fathers or mothers. In the long term goals, you should include increased involvement of children, as they get older and more capable. It means that parents can get more support from children in the parenting process. When making a plan, make sure that you are being honest. Show the whole family about the plan and make sure to include the opinion of children. Because they become the central part of the plan, you should also ask for their opinions. They have the right to express their opinions. Often, children have bright ideas that parents never thought before. Each year, the whole family can have an annual meeting to see what things that can be improved in the plan. In general, you should always keep your plan consistent to final goals that the whole family has agreed unanimously.
Each family member should reinforce the plan and address any difference. There’s always a potential conflict factor when creating such a plan, but if parents and children work together regularly, it can be solved quite easily. When making and implementing plans, each family member should refrain from making disparaging or damaging remarks. The most difficult part would be to stick to the plan. Often, the plan will get ignored and forgotten. So, regular monthly meeting sessions are needed, simply to regain the willingness to implement the plan
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