The development of children’s self-consciousness is mainly manifested in the development of self-evaluation, self-experience and self-control. Children’s self-evaluation comes from parents’evaluation first. Children gradually realize “I can do”, “I am the best” and “I am the best” through others’affirmation and affirmation of their own advantages. To cultivate children’s self-worth, we must insist on “ten if not”.
1. Believe, don’t doubt.
Primary school children, never tested 100 points, this time his math test 100 points, happily ran home, people are still outside, proud cry has floated into the house: “Dad, I took 100 points!” Dad’s first reaction was, “You’re not cheating!” The child suddenly looked like a balloon of discouragement.
In fact, this is a good opportunity to enhance children’s self-confidence and self-affirmation, but it was beaten down by his father. Believe that children are parents’first attitude towards children. Children are good for themselves. It is a kind of trust, an attitude, an idea and, more importantly, a kind of strength for children. If a child wants to grow up and move forward, he needs a driving force of strength. This force is a kind of combined force, which is praised by teachers and praised by classmates. But the most fundamental thing is the belief of parents. It is the driving force of the child’s growth, and no force can replace it.
To believe in children is to believe that children have unlimited potential, unlimited understanding, unlimited imagination and unlimited creativity, that children have a stable environment for growth, that they are motivated to move forward, that they have backing mountains for frustration and that they have harbors for fear. Believe that the child is a genius, can become a talent, believe that the child has a heart of upward goodness. Even if a child encounters setbacks, failures and serious mistakes, no matter what others think, this belief as a parent can not be shaken for a moment.
Navigation in this article
Page 1: Believe, don’t doubt Page 2: Show your weakness properly, don’t hold your head high.
Page 3: Protect curiosity, not stifle creativity. Page 4: Talk about the facts, not criticize viciously.
Page 1: Believe it, don’t doubt it.
Page 2: Show your weakness properly and don’t hold your head high.
Page 3: Protect curiosity, not stifle creativity
Page 4: Talk about the matter and not criticize viciously
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