Apologize: If you were at fault, take responsibility for your actions and apologize for any hurt you may have caused.
Practice active listening: Pay attention to what your child is saying and show them that you are listening by making eye contact and asking questions.
Validate your child's feelings: Let your child know that it's okay to have strong emotions and that you understand how they are feeling.
Seek a resolution: Work with your child to find a solution to the issue that caused the argument.
Spend quality time together: Make time for activities that you both enjoy, such as playing games, reading books, or going on outings.
Show affection: Hug, kiss, and cuddle with your child to show them that you love and care for them.
Practice forgiveness: Help your child understand that everyone makes mistakes and it's important to forgive others and oneself.
Remember that every parent-child relationship is different and it's normal for there to be conflicts and misunderstandings.
With patience, understanding, and a little effort, you can rebuild your relationship with your child.