6 secrets of raising a safe child on him

6 secrets of raising a safe child on him

6 secrets of raising a safe child on him

One of the most important assets in life in order to be successful is self-confidence. Raising a safe child is a guarantee of happiness and success at maturity. Give your little one the tools you need to trust your own strengths.

Accept it as it is

Some children are extroverted and others are extroverted. But each child is unique. If your little one is more introverted it does not mean that something is wrong with him, but that it is part of his personality. There is room in this world for both types.

If he has only one friend, it does not mean that he is not able to make friends, but only his way of having a friendship. You should not disregard it or compare it with others because it is so. You will create frustrations and complexes that will prevent him from developing into a strong, confident adult in his own strengths.

Try to encourage him more than you praise him

Sure, praises also play a role in his harmonious development, but encouragement is more desirable to strengthen one's confidence. When you praise him, you show your appreciation for the final result of an action, but not for the efforts made until the result.

It is important to encourage his efforts throughout a course of action and to be there to support him when he gets stuck or is about to give up.

Divide the things you have to do in smaller tasks

Your child may feel vulnerable and helpless, or even put in impossibility, if he hears that he has to do about 10 math problems in 2 days. The quantity can overwhelm the little ones in their quest to do something. But if you divide the topic into several parts, and you will help it solve 2-3 in the morning, 2-3 more in the evening and then the rest of the 2nd day, it will not seem so much and difficult.

It does the same with cleaning tasks. Do not tell the child to "clean the room", because when he sees how much he has to do, he will be stuck and his head will be lost.

He will have the impression that he will never finish. Better put him to do the same thing, but dividing the work into smaller and more, consecutive tasks: first cleaning in the drawer, then on the desk, bed arrangement, etc.

Help him learn from the mistakes he makes

All the children are wrong. But it is important to learn some of these. To not see them as failures or end of the world. The way they are treated and overcome makes a difference. Don't argue for them, but help him repair them, talk to him and help him not to fall into their trap next time.

Help the child develop their skills and abilities

In reinforcing self-esteem and confidence in one's own strengths, the child's abilities come into play. They are part of this puzzle called self-confidence.

If you help the child learn to dress alone, brushing his teeth alone, putting on a table, dressing without help you help him become independent and responsible. All this contributes to the development of a safe child on him!

Be an example to him

The way you react when you make mistakes, how you handle all the tasks and how you never let yourself be hurt any obstacles you encounter in your path is a lesson for your child that has a lot to learn ... and to take over.

The little guy imitates what I see around him, and if he sees you as a guy, you throw everything around just because you burned the food, so he will do it himself. I

But if you react calmly, you can also make the worst of it happen and end it without frustration and upset, then your little one will learn that everything has a solution and there is no such thing as a tragedy.

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