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Don't Raise Children Who Hurt Others African Proverbs

Don't Raise Children Who Hurt Others African Proverbs


African proverbs that show raising a child in a home filled with turmoil, hate, and negativity can lead to a child that pushes love and support away. This behavior can be handed down from one generation to the next if negative behavior is not fundamentally changed.
One does not learn how to use the left hand in old age.

Give your children too much freedom and you lose your own. Irresponsible parenting injures children.

Give your children too much freedom and you lose your own.

If the child learns the trail of the snake, he will also learn the wanderings of the snake. Parenting is the hardest job in the world and bad parenting habits hinder children's emotional development, sometimes for life.

If the child learns the trail of the snake, he will also learn the wanderings of the snake.

It is hard to cure the madness that originates in the family. Poor parenting describes people who are not educating in a way that will help a child become a productive adult.

It is hard to cure the madness that originates in the family.

Parents tend to underestimate the influence that they have on their children. Inconsistent disciplinary approaches, poor supervision, and physical punishment are poor parenting attributes that can negatively affect children, regardless of their ethnicity and socioeconomic status.

Many youngsters face a disrupted and scruffy upbringing, without proper discipline or stimulation. For many young people school is the most stable part of what can be quite disrupted and disheveled lives.

The effects of these types of poor parenting were stronger among children who were bullied and bullied others bully-victims than among those who were bullied but did not bully others. 

Children of parents who establish clear rules about behavior but are also supportive and emotionally warm are least likely to be bullied.  

When you follow in the path of your father, you learn to walk like him.

[Read: Your lips are your enemy African proverbs]


African proverbs educating in a way that will help a child become a productive adult.

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