When your wife says she has a headache, she may be saying that you are neglecting her. Do not give her an aspirine. The medicine required is flowers.
Put yourself in your children's shoes. Let them be known on their own and not as your children. Give them opportunities to achieve small, small successes. Don't push them. Do not insult them by comparisons.
Why do we want our children to grow up so fast that they regret it when they look back?
Catch your child doing something right. Helping him build a positive self-image is one of the most important things you can do.
Ensure that you have two-way communication with your children. Remember that in two-way communication it is not only the words but silence, too, that can work miracles.
Help your children to take and make decisions. Educate them with examples and stories.
Don't be a preacher but a doer; and do things to make your children proud of you.
As parents, do not forget, you are leaders for your sons and daughters! On leadership, remember: "Don't Push: PULL."
The road to success is filled with women pushing their husbands along.
The father who does not teach his son his duties is as guilty as the son who neglects them.