Parents love their kids, but they tend to forget the fact that the way they treat their better half creates a deep impact on a child’s behaviour both academically and socially.
Making kids a priority when compared to your married life is a no-brainer, but not giving equal importance to your spouse after the baby is born is what makes marriages less successful.
- Recent researches have suggested that children whose parents love each are much happier and more secure than those raised in a loveless environment.
- Focusing more on the child has created the imbalance between being a good parent and a good partner.
- People putting their married life on the back seat and focusing more on parenting has led to an increased divorce percentage in population over 50, the empty-nest split.
- Children who fight or do worse at school are often seen blaming their parents for their hostile behaviour towards each other.
- The parents are model for a child, they learn about relationships and how people should treat each other from them.
- People should know that the purpose of them getting married to their spouse is not to be a good parent, it is to live life together like a team.