1. Young children who grow with a  secure and healthy attachment to their parents stand a better chance of developing happy and content relationships with others in their life. The sense of happiness helps them to make new relationships with the same feelings and expectations.
  2. A child who has a feeling of trust in a relationship with parent learns to regulate emotions under stress and in difficult situations. They know their parents are there with them to help, guide and suggest them ways to solve the problems without  being critical of the situation.
  3. Healthy communication promotes  the child’s mental, linguistic and emotional development.
  4. Positive parenting techniques helps  the child show positive and confident social behaviors which helps them create positive social image.
  5. Healthy parent involvement and intervention in the child’s day-to-day life lay the foundation for better social and academic skills.
  6.  A secure attachment leads to a  healthy social, emotional, cognitive, and motivational development. Children also gain strong problem-solving skills when they have a positive relationship with their parents.  
  7. Children feel secure and safe when they have their parent’s comforting physical touch such as hug, patting etc. The interpersonal touch is linked with self-esteem, life satisfaction, and social competence. Their need for affection and  appreciation is fulfilled and they develop healthy relationships outside family as well.  
  8. Communication with your child has to be open-minded, secure, and friendly. Do not try to force  upon your expectations, what they can expect from you and any ground rules  and consequences for not following them. Allowing them to disagree can also help them to be assertive.
  9. Constant encouragement by parents and motivation helps them build their confidence and self-esteem. They feel their actions are being watched and liked by their parents and this     generates the feeling of self-worth.