Confident Or Dependent Child?
Every parent wants their child to be a Confident and smart Child. No doubt nowadays kids are getting smarter than earlier but still they need support from their parents in every way.
Here are some important things which we parents need to understand about our children. It's been 2 years while all the whole world is Virtual now. Schools are in virtual mode nowadays. Here are some important points to be noted down and we have to stick in our mind while we deal with our children, which help them to become a confident and Independent Child.
Some golden words all the parents needs to say them gradually -
- Trust yourself - Always ask them to Trust on their own. Whatever they are doing they are able to do, never get upset or think that it is tough to do. Believe in yourself always, and never forget to tell them that you are always with them.
- Keep trying - If you failed once it doesn’t mean that it is going to happen every time you participate. Always keep trying, do not think that if again I will fail in this and if it happens then don’t regret always trying and the next time you perform it will come out better than the last time. So don’t worry and keep trying only because “Koshish karne walon ki kabhi haar nahi hoti”
So these are some important words which every parents needs to say, I am sure most of us are already saying these to our children but now days as kids are at home taking online sessions, I saw that many parents are helping their child sitting with them. I am not saying that sitting with them is wrong but let them do their work, let them give answers to the teachers. I am the mother of a toddler, sometimes I sit with him but I never ask him to give my answer, he always speaks by himself as I want him to become an independent and confident child.
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How many moms are telling these words to their children ?
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