Importance of Mother in the Life of a Child
“My mother had a great deal of trouble with me, but I think she enjoyed it” is a famous quote said by Mark Twain, an American author and humorist. Children are born mischievous and troublesome; of course if they won’t be in their natural self any family member won’t feel good about it. The growth of a child occurs due to a mother’s tender love and care. The importance of father and mother cannot be explained because it’s an abstract feeling which is called ‘connection’. The connection through heart with a biological child is natural. If a child is in pain any mother cannot withstand it.
The nurture by a mother becomes vital for an overall growth which cannot occur without her help. They are tender and feeble weaklings who need protection and care from their respective families to survive in the world. Those who are brought up with love and care tend to be better learners and smart workers. A recent survey by few child psychiatrists and neuroscientists showed children nurtured with love have larger ‘hippocampus’ (the key to all that we learn and understand), almost 10% larger than those who don’t get such upbringing.
This survey also showed the developments in the critical regions of a child’s brain in relation to nurturing by a mother with care. It is a key factor in the development of a child. Unless they are nurtured in the correct way their psychological growth gets hampered too. This growth cannot take place until a mother can truly understand the needs and emotions of her children. Words and actions come easy but developing an understanding among themselves isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. Not all cases are the same but it needs to be thoroughly understood that a mother’s duty is the most difficult one yet she enjoys caring for her infant who in future will shoulder her during her old age.
Parental love not only makes a child grow as a better person, they become sensitive towards delicate situations and their comprehension of a situation is much better than others. There are two types of mothers, one who are full time mommies and second are working ones. There is a huge difference in their thinking and upbringing due to various factors which influence their life to a great extent. Full- time mothers can completely devote their time to children and watch each and every action they do all the time in or out of their home. In this way they can keep a hawk’s eye on their way of life and rectify any mistakes which they find to be happening knowingly or unknowingly.
In both cases there are lots of ups and downs, these can be solved with calm thinking and solutions can be found with a little hard work and smart work too. For families it’s a matter of pride to have children running all along the rooms and balconies but a mother has to be with them at every point of time in order to protect them and give them right advice for their present and future. Therefore, only mother’s love can bring about myriad changes in a child, although family members do create a long-lasting impression on their minds. This shows that a mother’s importance is far more than any other family member.
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