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I was just wondering what your biggest concern for your child was- weight, mood, concentration?


Posted by ahealthyview, 28th May 2014


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  • I tend to be concerned with inflation, education and employement. I think these worries may prevent some people from having children.


  • My child is mildly autistic I worry about bullying as a divorced mum raising my children on my own I worry about what if something happened to me also


  • Definitely mood. I have borderline personality disorder and major depression and I constantly worry about the effect I am having on my son. I don’t want him to grow up with such sadness.


  • There are so many I could go on and on…. education, the future, moods, how they treat others, how others treat them, etc. I can give one as the biggest concern as there are so many and it changes depending on the time of the day


  • That she wouldnt want to be around me


  • yeah also i think that the concerns etc change for the different age groups and situations


  • I never want my son to fall behind. I am in no way concerned about his weight as that comes down to what I feed him and I need to be responsible for that until he reaches a certain age. This also helps improve his mood If I am feeding him right. Concentration can depend somewhat on diet but it does come down to many things, supplying the right key tools for the child to concentrate etc, my biggest fear is he won’t be achieving his best. I always want to give him the best go at life, equip him with everything I can and teach him what I can. I in no way want to do it for him though, :)


  • mine was wondering if my child is getting enough nutrients because my child is such a fussy eater and i want her to be healthy


  • Coward punches, alcohol and driving when their older….2 sons. Bullying or BEING a bully, confidence, weight, loads more, hehe


  • My daughter is very shy and she finds it hard to make friends at school. She is 7 years old. Her teacher told me last week that my daughters imagination is weird. The teacher is concerned because my daughter writes stories in her free time instead of playing with other kids. whilst I agree that she needs to socialise a bit more, when the teacher suggested I tell my daughter not to write stories i didn’t really know how to respond. there is no way I’m going to stamp down on my daughters creativity, especially something that makes her happy. isn’t that all that matters.


  • That they are happy and they find someone that treats them well. Whether I raised him to be a gentleman and treat a girl with respect


  • My biggest worry is not who my sons grow into as we parents are here to guide them. My biggest worry is who my children grow with, that plays a big part in worry for me as a parent.


  • My little boy is only 2 so he has a lot to learn and I think a lot of his behaviours are ‘normal’ at this stage- but he really does seem to have a temper and although I know toddler through tantrums and that’s normal – I am worried that his temperament might continue on and cause problems down the track. No idea how to bring it under control though.


  • My children’s happiness is the most important to me but I am worried about my eldest and youngest daughter’s weight, my middle child is not overweight.


  • My biggest concern is my children’s happiness.


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