‘Teen Mom’: Farrah Abraham Gives Parenting Advice and Tips on ‘Ending Child Violence’

by Jeremy Spirogis
Farrah Abraham and Sophia Abraham

Former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham has some parenting suggestions she desires to share. She took time to supply her recommendation to folks and communicate on stopping violence towards youngsters.

Farrah Abraham says she’s the very best individual to offer parenting suggestions

Farrah Abraham and Sophia Abraham | Araya Diaz/Getty Images for Mashup LA
Farrah Abraham and Sophia Abraham | Araya Diaz/Getty Images for Mashup LA

Abraham says she took to YouTube to offer parenting recommendation as a result of she is “an ambassador for a global foundation for children around the world.” The actuality star goes on to say, “It takes a world to end violence against children.” According to Abraham, she’s the very best individual to deal with this subject as a result of she has gone to remedy, and she or he has completed work on herself, so she is “pandemic proof.”

Furthermore, Abraham says she’s usually requested for parenting recommendation, so she thought this might be a superb alternative to share her knowledge.

Farrah Abraham says it is best to concentrate on what you want

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In her video, Abraham mentions many individuals at the moment are compelled to spend time with their households due to the pandemic. She suggests focusing in your wants when you’re able the place you’ll be able to’t appear to get time away out of your family members.

“When you get frustrated, and you’re forced to spend more time with family than what you’re used to or what you want, you need to dig within yourself and take a moment [to ask yourself] what you need,” says Abraham. She says specializing in self-care is a “building block” for your self in addition to your youngsters.  

She advises dad and mom to ‘keep their cool’

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Farrah Abraham | Albert L. Ortega/Getty Images

“I really learned that there are just difficult times,” says Abraham. She says regardless of no matter pressures you would possibly undergo, it’s necessary to “keep your cool” when coping with your youngsters. “You need to not be a big baby,” Abraham continues.

She warns dad and mom to concentrate to the stressors they is likely to be experiencing and the way it’s affecting their interactions with their youngsters. She encourages dad and mom and kids to work collectively, particularly throughout this anxious time on this planet.

“I think parents, you ruin your respect, you ruin your love and your kindness with your children when you get abusive, when you get violent,” says Abraham in her video. She additionally says some dad and mom won’t understand sure actions are abusive, so she desires them to pause and be extra conscious of how they behave with their children.

Find out what works for you and your little one

Abraham says every little one is completely different, so it’s necessary to work with them and attempt to discover one of the simplest ways to speak with them. “There’s an art to everything, there’s a learning curve for everything,” says Abraham. “You also have to take into [account] what your children’s needs are. One child might be this way, and another child might be that way.”

The former Teen Mom star additionally added that folks is likely to be having fights with their youngsters as a result of they’re not demonstrating the habits they anticipate from their children.  

“I don’t need to hit my child over a test,” says Abraham in her video. “I don’t need to cuss or yell or anything else over a test or homework. The reason why most parents lose respect from their kids and they don’t listen, and they roll their eyes, and they don’t care what you say is because you are not accountable on your own accord, and you’re not showing as a leader [what] you’re requesting from your child.”

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