My colleague Sheena Williams, had attended some child grooming classes when she confirmed to become a foster parent.
"What did they show you?" I inquired.
She just had little time to examine a couple of her many pearls of wisdom, yet three of her tips had a tremendous effect in grooming the kids.
So now I'm offering them to you.
(1) Children require at least 8 touches a day to feel associated with the parent.
If t they're experiencing an difficult time, it's at least 12 a day. This doesn't need to be a major deal–it could be the fixing of a neckline, a pat on the shoulder, or a simple hug.
(2) Each day, children require one significant eye-to-eye contact with a parent.
It is particularly vital for infants to have that eye contact, yet children of any age require us to slow down and look at them without flinching.
(3) There are 9 minutes during the day that can have the greatest impact on a child.
- The first three minutes–right after they wake up
- The three minutes after they come home from school, and
- The last three minutes of the day–before they go to bed.
We have to make those minutes uncommon and help our kids feel cherished.
These are basics, Nothing truly groundbreaking here.
Yet, attempt it. For a month. And after that I think you'll see what I'm discussing. I sincerely didn't understand the amount I could enhance around there, and however despite everything I have heaps of opportunity to get better, I can see myself improving as a mother.
But try it.
Whenever u feel like scolding or beating your child, take a deep breath, or count 1-10 and then act.
- Let's ask them to study their favorite subject on their own..
- Send them to one paper without studying at all.
- Lets keep our children out of undesirable competition.
- 80% of what children are learning ,won't be valuable to them in future..
- Our kids can really afford to do whatever they want to do in future .
- Higher degrees don't guarantee Success and Happiness..
- Not all the Highly Educated people do well professionally.
- And not all those who do well professionally are the happiest ones..
- Kids are always in a party mood.. try not to ruin their childhood. Support and let them be what they want to be.