Today we talk about this list of 66 positive things to say to your child.
Of course we don’t get through all of them in one sitting, but in this first part, you’ll learn, why it’s important to value all of your kids opinions, that it’s meaningful to let your child be able to say no and why it’s is so vital to talk about bravery and being able to spot, when your kid proves to be brave.
Build Confidence! 55 Positive Things To Say To Your Child
Some of those hard truths we discuss include:
Everyone we love is going to die.
Figure out a way or don’t complain.
We talk about our take on these sentences and we’ve got some hard truths of our own. 😉
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.
Smartphone parents often pay more attention to their phone, than to their kids. Here we talk about some rules parents should follow, how they can use their phones for the benefit of their kids and which of the mentioned rules we don’t fully agree with. …
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.