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Topic: Never fight in front of your children

In fives years of our marriage we have been through a lot of good and bad experiences as couples. But if there is one thing that I will really regret for my whole life is when I let my children witnessed how their father and I fought in front of them. At the early age my children was cheerful and happy kids.

But things has changed when my husband and I was struggling and having issue with our marriage and it is very foolish of me for letting my children witnessed that.

At the age of two my eldest daughter started to witnessed her parents fighting and shouting and she even saw her father hurting her mother.

And the hurting part was the most traumatic for her.

And that really changed her. My once cheerful and happy baby has changed. She became mad. Became colic, bad temper, sometimes she even hurt or slap others or her younger sister just to get what she wants. Same goes with my youngest. daughter.

That is why I really believed that everything starts in the Family. The parents the the first person who are responsible for the development of the personality of their children. So as much as possible, there should be no violence at home for they could bring that violence outside their home.

Right now, we are trying to make work things out and trying to be a better and more matured parents to our children. We are giving them the love and the time that they need for at the toddler stage is where your child's personality is starting to develop.




Re: Never fight in front of your children

This is one of our strict rules as husband and wife that never fight in front of our children.'
My husband and I have many agreements after our wedding day and this is one of our major discussions, that if ever, we will be having children and we have major problems, fights and issues, leave everything in the masters bedroom.
Nobody will be involved, these can be settled and it's just between the two of us.

Children usually gets traumatized with these experiences. Aside that they are not involved in this situation, they tend to blame themselves because their parents fight especially if it is more on physical and verbal ones.


Re: Never fight in front of your children

i have seen that those couples who fight in front of children their children lack confidence, mental abilities, most of all they incur anger and bad language in themselves.


Re: Never fight in front of your children

Fighting in front of children is a big NO-NO for me. Children are easily affected by these incidents leading to emotional and psychological trauma. They most likely believe that their parents are fighting for good and think about these incidents for long periods of time.


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