Use Your Instinct

Parents have got a pretty rough deal sometimes, along the lines of ‘they’re dammed if they do and dammed if they don’t’. In the eyes of the public, the media and the woman at the next checkout watching your child scream about wanting chocolate, there’s a fine line between neglect and spoiling, between love and smothering, between trust and ignorance. But no one knows your child as well as you do and as a parent you are the one who makes the decisions for your child and helps them learn how to make those decisions for themselves in years to come.

So how do you make those decisions – on instinct. It may sound silly and primitive but when you block out the negative criticisms from everyone else, you know deep down what is right for your child. So when your child comes to you and want to hire a limousine to go out with their friends, use your instinct, whether they’re eight or eighteen there is not much trouble they can get up to in a limousine and the rest of the decision is just, well, instinct.

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