A child is a part of the mother’s body. The early socialization starts from her lap. If you a baby girl or baby boy, treat them wisely under close observation because you will produce future husbands, wives, mothers, and fathers. Inculcate in them what is beneficial for humanity and the family. This is how, as a family, you are socializing your children for the future course of temporal affairs. You will sow, so shall you reap is not only a phrase; it is incontrovertible evidence that implies the family socialization process.
Train them as a valuable citizen for the future course
Being a mother, women have the core responsibility to train their children. Under the rubric of love, one can spoil the future citizen; there is a need to design some strict rules and then make them comply with it. They are not just your children that you raise with love but a future generation of society. Introducing the next generation is a big responsibility. We’ll never know the answers to everything, nor do we need to. There’s a place for trusting God through the unknowns. However, I believe we can attempt to live wisely, prudently, and with common sense in a way that blesses our families and others while enabling us to reach out to the broken and lost in the world. If your own life is a big mess, you won’t be able to do as much for others as you’d like. You won’t have the mental or emotional capacity if stayed careless even after being mother or father.
Instil humanistic values in them
There is a need to think about what kind of generation we are raising now. Love is the essential quality with which a human being is endowed from birth. Love is interrelated to all other values. When love is combined with discernment from our’ conscience’, or ‘the inner self’, it is Truth. The Absolute Truth is changeless throughout space and time. This Truth resides within ourselves, and we call it by different names – conscience, ‘inner self’. It is also referred to as the creative spark or intelligence within ourselves.
Various studies have charted adults’ emotional, behavioural patterns to dynamic adjustments in the early years. For example, illustrated a natural progression in empathy from infancy onward. As early as two, children begin to differentiate between their feelings and those of others. It is increasingly recognized that some teaching of social and emotional skills should ideally start in pre-school years as these years are marked by the development of “social emotions” such as insecurity, envy, pride, confidence and empathy. Most importantly, it calls the primary duty of parents to instil such emotions in them for a better world in the future. So teach your children by acting well not by teaching them through words. They will mimic your actions and follow the pursuit of what you design for them.