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Family instability in messed my daughter

posted 6 years 10 months ago
My name is peris and I would like to join this forum as we share on the various insights of student’s success. It only became habitual for my daughter to skip school. It really pained me to the bone. I recall vividly I sought the intervention of a counselor for guidance but it never bore fruits. This time my kid had gone to the worst by failing to tackle the school assignment. Her behaviors jumped from the frying pan into the fire. Not even her dad managed to give her the right titbits for success and discipline. Despite such attempts to shape her, her character now almost blew her up. She could take an easy way out of hooking around with school boys and fail to go to school. The boys could make her happy until she forgot to go to school. Handouts of small money were what maddened her that she couldn’t find the importance of learning. During exam time, she performed so poorly that even her dad had to go to school to inquire from her teachers. School fees were so hard to find and it really stressed me. This brought forth fights and battering in the house. We didn’t even mind the presence, four daughters. Frying pans could be thrown in the air and strewn all over. To our surprise, our daughter could walk away and seek refuge to the boys they school with. It was a hard time of family fights and lack of finances that brought that hindered the success of our daughter.

posted 6 years 10 months ago
Thank you very much. This is a forum where I can find solutions to problems and more so the ones that affect us in our daily lives. Children tantrums and habits develop one at a time through habit. Actually through my research, I have come to learn that as the child grows, his conscience and curiosity increases. He tries to adapt to the environment that he or she has been brought up in. Some behaviors tend to cause alarming misunderstanding betweeen parents. If not handled well at the early stages of growth it act as a time bomd later in life. Thank you so much for sharing your experiences and I can really feel very proud being a member of this forum.

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