We are all competing to raise the best possible child. And while trying to improve him or her, do we overlook their best qualities in favor of the standards that we and society have established as the BEST? Our small actions might have a big impact since we need to raise their
Thinking logically so that they can identify the cause
Thinking abstractly enables people to consider concepts and objects
Analytical abilities to help them become better problem solvers
If you decide which door you must enter and then take the necessary action to unlock it, you can empower yourself for the victories of the future. We are all capable of incredible things. Parents may be a huge motivator for kids and help them develop their skills. A child looks up to their parents as their first role models and enjoys doing things with them.
The first twelve years of a child’s life are when we have the most impact on them. As kids grow more independent and start looking to their classmates and other outside influences for guidance as they enter puberty, our capacity to lead them becomes less effective.
Nothing conveys the message “You matter” more emphatically than a busy parent pausing what they are doing to give their child their full attention. The social, intellectual, and well-being results of children are better when their parents are emotionally “present” for them than when their parents aren’t.
Even if they occasionally feel like it, by responding graciously to our children (even when we don’t feel like it), we show that we appreciate them as individuals rather than annoying annoyances. Warmth in a connection, a smile or soothing words increase the likelihood that we will be heard and have a favorable impact on our children’s life.