Raising happy kids
Buying toys, praising and caring for your children does not guarantee their happiness. Only children who learn how to deal with the constant …
Buying toys, praising and caring for your children does not guarantee their happiness. Only children who learn how to deal with the constant struggle of life will achieve true happiness.
Before you show your kids how to achieve their own happiness, consider the following points:
– Happiness stems from achieving your goals, but you don’t have to reach all your goals to be happy.
– A goal worth reaching in life cannot be achieved without struggle. Goal setting means accepting and learning to deal with anxiety, disappointment or even failure. Trying to prevent children from accidentally experiencing such difficulties prevents them from learning how to fight.
– Children who do not learn to fight can never be really happy.
These rules have certain exceptions. Do not allow your children to fight when a matter is dangerous or if it may cause emotional destruction, postpone it.
The road to happiness
Help your child take responsibility for their own happiness.
Fight your own
Try not to solve problems that your children can solve themselves. your child “I can not! “For example, if your daughter complains that she has not learned to ride her bike without training wheels, don’t try to persuade her otherwise. “Okay, it’s okay. No need to hurry. You can try again later.”
Make a speech in the form of . He will probably want to try again in a few days.
Accept your mistakes
Dealing with any task requires trial and error. So it’s not your job to prevent your kids from making mistakes. Having negative experiences does not mean that they ruin their self-confidence. Experiences gained from such experiences help your children learn what works and what doesn’t.
All success stories include sustainability; try again until successful and try again. As perseverance develops, tolerance for frustration also increases. If your children cannot tolerate frustration, they have a hard time succeeding.
Stand on your own feet
Taking control of your life means learning to make good choices. It is therefore important that children are free to make decisions. However, this freedom should be applied within a specified discipline. You need to hold your child fully responsible for their decisions.