Q. What are the ways to help your child be more resilient?
What are the ways to help your child be more resilient?
Children have different levels of resilience and they have different ways of dealing with stressful times. Teaching children to thrive isn’t about eliminating the problems in their way. We just need to help them develop the skills to manage them. Here are six tips that will help our children develop skills of resilience:
- Focus on relationships
- Let them know that it’s okay to seek help
- Expand their exposure to people who care about them
- Create an environment of ‘having a go’
- Talk about feelings
- Help them to discover their strengths
Provide an environment that allows your children to be supported, imaginative and embrace who they are. You can play a role in Building Resilience in Children with the help of resilience building programs.
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“Welcome to the company! We’re looking forward to be working with you. Do your best!” Few years back, you were just the “young, dumb, broke high school kid” in town. Now you’re aiming for a better status.
You passed with flying colors. Your extra-curricular activities and academics were well-balanced. You thought you’re cream of the crop ready for the real world. Readied for your first interview, you said, “I can do this!”
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