Using derogatory language or belittling a child's worth can severely impact their self-esteem and emotional well-being.
Comparing children to others can create feelings of inadequacy and breed unhealthy competition among siblings or peers.
Constantly expressing disappointment without acknowledging a child's efforts can cause long-lasting emotional damage.
Undermining a child's potential or future success can crush their aspirations and discourage them from pursuing their goals.
Implying that a child is a burden or unwanted can lead to feelings of guilt, shame, and insecurity.
Expressing regret over having a child can inflict deep emotional wounds and contribute to feelings of rejection and unworthiness.
Using derogatory language or labeling a child as unintelligent can negatively impact their self-esteem and hinder their educational development.
Blaming a child for personal problems or failures can instill guilt and create an unhealthy parent-child dynamic.