Posts Tagged ‘Parents’

The Importance Of Fostering Self-Confidence In Young Children

Children have the drive to be independent and do things on their own. This is a healthy part of child development. They learn to confidently and creatively do more and more tasks as they grow older. Parents can help their kids become independent by allowing and encouraging them to take responsibility from time to time. It is perhaps easier, faster, and less messy to do things for your kids, but they…

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The Benefit Of Introducing Affirmation In Young Children

When a child feels bad about the unfavorable situations coming into their life, they become negatively motivated. Instead of thinking what they can do about it, they choose to feel depressed and end up building more negative circumstances without knowing it. Focusing on the positive becomes even more critical whenever feelings of frustrations, sadness, and…

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Promoting Personal Development In Children

  The evolution of a child between 4 and ten years is crucial. His personality is built in part; he develops new beliefs about him and the world around him. At this time, parents or teachers have a real opportunity to plant positive seeds in the child that will help him succeed and thrive later.…

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Parents Role in Developing Positive Self Esteem in Children

Self-esteem is an orientation towards oneself; this orientation may be positive or negative. In another word, self-esteem refers to the way an individual feels about him/herself. There are two major components of self-esteem; the sense of personal worth and sense of personal ability. These two important components develop over time with multiple experiences. Children who…

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A Mother’s Love

I couldn’t believe what I was hearing. It felt as if I had lived this moment before. Something about the way she spoke and the question she asked, made me think back to when I was a little girl. As a young girl, I always wanted to know why my mother loved me so much,…

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Be a Role Model for Your Children

It is evident that children mimic what they see; this is true, no matter what country you live in. Because of this, it’s imperative that parents and the people who contribute to the daily lives of children, set the best possible examples for them to follow. The behavior seen by others whether it’s a caregiver,…

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