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HappyDaddy
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Do you feel guilty when you leave your kids home?

Your kids are your responsibility, but sometimes you just need to take a break from parenting without guilt standing in the way. At the end of the day, you deserve a break - maybe even several days of break. A small dinner with your second half or a week vacation needs privacy! No children allowed. We all understand that if we want our relationships to be healthy it means that we have to spend some time vis-a-vis with our beloved. But should we feel guilty for leaving our kids? How can we avoid that feeling? What do you think?

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Morningstar
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Do you feel guilty when you leave your kids home?

Well first prepare for the trip. Make sure everything's perfect, like the time you'll be leaving and the time you'll be coming back, just so you know when you'll be back with your beloved children!Tell the kids about it. They deserve to know where their parent is - you're supposed to be their role model, after all, so don't hold this back from them. It might be rough if your kids always need you by their sides, but try to tell them your reasons and soon enough, they'll be convinced.Make sure your kids are in good hands. Leaving them alone is not a very good choice, especially if your kids are young and they won't be able to manage their lives or the house on their own. A trustworthy family member or a close friend should do the job for you - a babysitter might be too expensive for such a long trip. Just make sure the kids like this person, or both your kids and their company's lives could be unpleasant while you're away. I think that that are the most important things!

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Bred
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Joined: 11/13/2016 - 09:33
emm, you know i do not have

emm, you know i do not have  kids at all i am  only 20 and thta si why  i still think  thta i am   still  a kid. but talking about my  parents i think thta they have never felt   guilty just because they left me at home alone or with the  grandparents or nannies.  and i do not think thta t is bad and  it  really  has a strong impact on the child. of course if the parents are  doing it constantly and they do not take their child anywhere, the of  course it is not good but if  they  do it only sometimes then it is normal. i think that all parents need to  have some rest from their children and i do not think that  it is really very bad.  that  is why i think that  you shall not worry about it.  wish you good luck my friend.

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Marcus12
Last seen: 1 year 2 months ago
Joined: 02/21/2017 - 11:16
Do you feel guilty when you leave your kids home?

Ohh, definitely there is nooo need to feel the guilt to any possible extent..! Why?! You are working hard to make your kids happy and to provide them with all things they needed, but what do you get instead?! Well, inside, you have no time to spend alone with your beloved man, you are forgetting about yourself and your beauty...definitely, there has to be the time for your and your husband only. Leave kids with the nanny, or grandparents for a weekend... what bad can happen?! It will help you to increase the life energy, get rested and get lots of love with your partner...so, no space for guilt! 

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JasperJ
Last seen: 1 year 1 month ago
Joined: 03/03/2017 - 07:50
Do you feel guilty when you leave your kids home?

Of course not... okay, it depends on the time you are leaving them..for instance, if we are talking about the situation when you have to go far away and leave kids for a few days or more - this is just not possible. you can only leave then at your parent's house, or order the nanny fo these days...but, let's look at the situation when you are leaving kids with a nanny for like one evening,. You have the anniversary with you husband and want to spend the night just together like it was in old times...of course, why you have to experience guilt , it is just for the short period of the time, so do not be sad. 

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CarlosFerro
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Joined: 03/07/2017 - 13:56
Do you feel guilty when you leave your kids home?

WHy?! oh. sorry for not saying "hello" to all of guests... So, guys, I see that here i the community we have an incredible amount of parents, huh...?! That is just gret because in this case we (I mean childless people) have the opportunity to learn something about the parenting from the people who have children and know a lot about it from the personal life experience...So, I honestly do not know how to react on ti because I always thought that it is pretty usual thing to leave kids alone (but by the word "lone" we all understand the presence of nanny okay?!)  and it is common fact.

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Sean0108
Last seen: 1 year 2 months ago
Joined: 03/15/2017 - 08:05
This topic is realy close to

This topic is realy close to me , because we have a perfect little sunshine who is 1,5 years. Sometimes we deside to go somewhere and have some rest. we try to take her with us. The last trip was so we can't take her, it was the business trip and we need to live the city for a week. We left her for the grannies and the nanny. We called them almost evry hour asking about the stuff and giving advices. I cant sleep well at night thinking about our little honey without us. When we came she was really happy to see us, but i still feel guilty(

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Jeffry
Last seen: 1 year 2 months ago
Joined: 03/28/2017 - 15:02
Do you feel guilty when you leave your kids home?

I am sending you all my positive vibes, guys..! well, I am a childless man, I am not married and not plan to have kids in the nearest future of course, I imagine the picture where I am with my husband and a little baby on hands, but that is really too early for me...blush but, as for leaving kids at home - I am not able to share my personal life/parenting experience, thus I am worthless here probably, haha..but if to put all jokes aside, I can tell you one thing - you can not leave them alone, it goes without saying, but you can leave then with baysitter if there is the need to do so...it is up to parents...

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RomioMio
Last seen: 1 year 2 months ago
Joined: 04/04/2017 - 13:40
Do you feel guilty when you leave your kids home?

Good evening, my best regards to all of you here, guys... as for the main reason why I am here, I will tell you next thing - I believe that leaving children ALONE at home is just the most cruel thing from all in the life...but, on the other hand, if you are looking for the rest or you have a super busy job and your boss is strict, or you are chasing the career - then you will be literally forced to leave your baby with a babysitter or grandparents, of course, if you have the opportunity for it, because that is not that easy at all...angel I wish all parents to find a good and cheerful nanny who will take thorough care of a baby. 

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Jeffrey5895
Last seen: 8 months 2 weeks ago
Joined: 09/27/2017 - 19:48
good day here guys. nice too

good day here guys. nice too meet you all there. it is a really good topic beacuse i think to know more about this. now i dont have children. but maybe in future i would like to have. as i said early. i really dont know how to deal with it. but if you know something important you would like to learn different useful information from you as much as possible. but let's imagine...hmm as for me..i dont know but i would like to be with my future child as much as i can. maybe after he or she will grow up, maybe nanny or somebody else could help me...so what do you think about it? are you sure tho leave your  child with nanny or another person really good idea? plese, share your thoughts about this. i will be really glad to read this. thank you!

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PeterH
Last seen: 8 months 3 weeks ago
Joined: 09/27/2017 - 20:08
Hello everyone! I think that

Hello everyone! I think that all of us (those present at the conference), well, or almost all parents left some at home, and themselves built a bright future. I stayed at home alone from the age of 7 - my mother resorted to dinner, fed me, quickly looked at my assignments, then I did my own lessons. At the age of 8 I was at home alone, warming up my dinner for myself, and so on. But as soon as the opportunity arose, my mother attached me to the extension (which I, by the way, could not stand). I was never met from the school, although she was far away, did not control the performance of homework))))))cool

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