You're damaging your child's life in these ways.

 If guilt trips, jealousy, or emotional blackmail seem familiar, it's possible that your child's happiness is in jeopardy.

you only perceive their flaws rather than complimenting their efforts.

You find it amusing to laugh at your child, whether in public or privately. Their self-esteem is harmed when they are teased about their weight or looks.

When your child makes a mistake, they are aware of it. You don't have to make them feel bad, either

"Please, don't weep!" "There's no need to weep!" It's not a reason for you to cry, but it is for your child. Children's emotions are complicated and difficult for them to control,

Be calm and pay attention!" If you repeat this frequently, you're robbing your child of his or her right to speak

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