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I’m a gentle parent and I never tell my kids ‘stop crying’

One mother who adopted the “tender parenting” method of motherhood explained why she never told her baby to stop crying.

Destiny Bomberry took to TikTok to reveal the phrases she and her husband use for their three children and the phrases they have replaced.

Destiny Bomberry took to TikTok to reveal her'gentle' parenting method

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Destiny Bomberry took to TikTok to reveal her ‘gentle’ parenting methodCredit: TIKTOK
Destiny has different approaches to all three of her children because they are of different ages

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Destiny has different approaches to all three of her children because they are of different agesCredit: TIKTOK

“Things we don’t say to our kids because we’re gentle parents are just mean,” she began. videotapes.

She went on to explain that instead of telling any of her children to “stop crying,” she said, “I see how upset you are, how can mom help you feel good?” than?”

Instead of “stop hitting,” Destiney likes to tell her kids, “Remember we need to use our gentle hands” or “I see how angry you are, so we hit the pillow.” so what?”

And instead of instructing her kids not to take something, she said, “I know you really want to play with that but (the drums) aren’t done yet.

“Why don’t we ask if we can have it next?”

She was quickly praised by viewers for her video, with one commenting: “Yep, I love this, it teaches consent, patience and doesn’t lead to ‘rage’.”

“I need the ‘stop hitting’ reminder,” another commented. “Still doing light parenting work – trying to get it right.”

“Honestly it’s hard! I’ll catch myself still saying it!!” Destiny replied.

Others asked what phrases could be used with younger children, with Destiney returning to TikTok with another person. videotapes about how she is a tender parent to her one-year-old child.

Instead of telling them not to hit, she advises saying “lighten up” and then performing with your own hands.

Next, if you have a child who bites, Destiney suggests saying to them, “It hurts when you bite you, it makes you sad,” before giving them a teething toy or something else. something else they are allowed to bite.

Destiny replaces common parenting phrases with other, softer suggestions

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Destiny replaces common parenting phrases with other, softer suggestionsCredit: TIKTOK

And if your child is the type who likes to throw their food, I advise the best way to deal with that is to say to him, “Looks like you’re done. Let me get you out of the chair.”

In response to that video, one person commented: “My 5 months old pinched so hard, we started saying ‘gentle / soft hands’ early on”.

Destiny replied, “It’s good to start early!! She was 9 months when we started gentle hands and by 11 months she could show me gentle hands on her own!”

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https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17504846/gentle-parent-never-tells-kids-stop-crying/ I’m a gentle parent and I never tell my kids ‘stop crying’

Huynh Nguyen

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