Helping your child develop his self esteem - osa

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Being a parent is challenging. New babies don't come with a manual. It is our responsibility to do the best job of care giving that we are capable of. And it is a big responsibility! A child is born with a clean mind. He is programmed by the people who surround him. His level of self-esteem is dependent on how his parents and primary care givers behave to each other, to his siblings and to him.

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Helping your child develop his self esteem - osa

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  3. 3. www.onlineschooladmissions.com<br />Being a parent is challenging. New babies don't come with a manual. It is our responsibility to do the best job of care giving that we are capable of. And it is a big responsibility! A child is born with a clean mind. He is programmed by the people who surround him. His level of self-esteem is dependent on how his parents and primary care givers behave to each other, to his siblings and to him. <br />* Be aware that the most important thing you can do for your child is to treat them always with respect and understanding. They are learning all the time. We can give them boundaries (which they need) without taking away their self-respect.<br />
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  5. 5. www.onlineschooladmissions.com<br />Listen to them when they have something to say.<br />
  6. 6. www.onlineschooladmissions.com<br />Encourage them when they are learning something new or have done a project.<br />
  7. 7. www.onlineschooladmissions.com<br />Include them in family decisions that effect them. They are equal to us in rights. They are just small people.<br />
  8. 8. www.onlineschooladmissions.com<br />Teach them how to tell the truth about what is going on for them. Teach the family how to communicate so that everyone gets a chance to express himself.<br />
  9. 9. www.onlineschooladmissions.com<br />When they have done something against the house rules, let them know it and try to find the natural or logical consequence of it. There is always a consequence of an action, and it usually works well as the punishment.<br />
  10. 10. www.onlineschooladmissions.com<br />* Always let them know you love them no matter what. Their actions are separate from who they are. (a wrong action does not make a bad person )<br />* Allow them to express themselves and explore the things that they are interested in. A child genius must not go unnoticed.<br />* Try not to let the stress of life impact them. As an adult, you have a responsibility to make sure that your family is provided for. In all of that, let's not forget the children's emotional needs.<br />* Again, remember that the level of a child's self-esteem influences all of his thoughts, feelings, actions and results for the rest of his life. Be gentle and generous with your love.<br />
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  12. 12. www.onlineschooladmissions.com<br />Thanks for watching<br />Team OSA<br />

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