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Letting ‘Kids Be Kids’ Is Good Parenting Advice

Many parents say they want to give their children a better life than they had and want to make certain their children grow up to be good adults. How can that happen? Studies have shown that “letting kids be kids” is one of the best ways to do just that and it’s been shown that his can help your children grow up to be sensitive to the needs of others.

What does “letting kids be kids” mean? Bottom line, it means let them run, jump and play. In today’s culture, the studies have shown, many children are asked to take on “adult” roles including caring for younger siblings or cooking meals, at a much younger age. Children need to “develop their own self-identity” before they can understand how to correctly care for an empathize with others, the study finds.

If you’re in a situation where you need to leave your school age children home alone while you are at work for brief periods, they should understand that they need to be on their best behavior and it shouldn’t be the burden of only one of the children to assure that everyone behaves. Teach your children how to work together and how to get along together in a safe manner when Mom and Dad aren’t home.

Leaving your children home while you run errands or after school until you get home can be a stressful time for both the you and your children. The LifeFone Family Guard™ is customizable for your family’s unique needs. Children and adults who can understand when and how to use a panic button can have the option add this feature to their personal cell phone, giving you a higher degree of peace of mind in knowing that everyone is being protected. This is an ideal option for parents of latch key kids.

Childhood should be a time for children to run, jump, laugh, play make friends, be creative and explore. For those times however, when they need to be responsible for themselves, consider the LifeFone Family Guard app as a way to keep them safe when you’re out of sight.