“Present a united front to your child. Avoid criticizing your partner if he’s in the middle of responding to a situation. Plan ahead to avoid future clashes by talking through key issues when you’re both relaxed.Agree to disagree. You’ll be able to compromise on many issues but not all. In those cases, the one who’s with the child the most should hold more sway.Stick to specifics. Limit your discussion to a narrow issue (how much TV to permit) rather than wading off into generalities (“You always undermine what I say”).”
Yes, I have weaknesses. Guess what? I have troubles in hiding my emotion when it comes to disagreement with my wife. Then, I would talk and argue and so on without realizing my kid is standing in front of me.
I hope I will change my attitude, for the sake of my children, and show some parenting unity.