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Ways To Connect Your Son


Having a son is a blessing of God. Your son can be stubborn, uproarious, and or boisterous. But you still like to develop a solid bond amid so many distractions. Connecting with your children, especially with the son is not an easy task. We are providing you some tips on that. 

1. Devote a lot of time to your son. 

2. Play outdoor, indoor games with your son. Young boys have a great tendency towards sports. 

3. Play musical instruments together. Talk about his favorite music or songs.

4. Have a leisure walk together and discuss casually trivial things with your son.

5. Narrate true and inspiring stories.

6. Talk about when he was a newborn.

7. Talk about your expectations without pressurizing him.

8. Discuss his dreams and his aspirations.

9. Show him family pictures and his older picture. Reveal your family history.

10. Give your son's pocket money with clear instructions on how to spend it.

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