Would wouldn’t like to have more self discipline? It probably would have been great if you’d had parents who taught you early – how to become this great disciplined person, you want your kids to be also!
We talk about evergreen advice from Maria Montessori like:
1) Kids learn from their surroundings.
2) If you criticise your kid, it will learn how to judge.
3) If you praise your kid, it will learn how to appreciate others. ….
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We still need to talk about one more love language – which we’re doing today:
– Acts of service
But since this would be a very short episode, we add another topic:
5 Essential ways how to create a growth mindset corner
So keep listening to find out – what the heck that is!
Even though we’ve been talking about the 5 love languages before, we’re now talking about it in detail! Find out about the five different ways of how to give and receive love within the family!
Today we talk about the first 4 different languages:
– Physical touch
– Words of affirmation
– Quality time
So – one more language remains to be talked about – but since we didn’t want to talk about it too long …. wait for the next episode! 🙂
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Most parents care for their childrens development and are grateful for helpful advice. Especially if their child has received a diagnosis of ADHD, dyslexia or Asperger’s. In these cases its still possible to help and support your kid at home.
Helping our kids when making big life decisions is an important part of parenting. Of course most parents want their kids to be happy and to be able to decide in ways that won’t bring forth regret or sadness. Let’s find out how that is possible!
Danny Silk from Bethel Church has written a popular parenting book. Let’s find out what kind of nuggets we can find for parenting our kids with love, purpose and wisdom.
Parents with anxious children often have tried to help their kids in various ways, without any success. If that’s the case for you, you might find a few more ideas to try, when supporting your kid in finding more peace.
Being confident is a very important parenting goal for most parents. Kids who struggle with shyness or insecurities can get support from their parents and that’s what we’re talking about today.
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