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Three ways to raise a confident and independent child

Raising a confident and independent child is not an easy task.
You should know when to intervene and when to recognize the space of children.

1. Take responsibility for everything from small to big.

2. Teach me how to deal with frustration………

Raising a confident and independent child is not an easy task.
You should know when to intervene and when to recognize the space of children.

It is a space needed to acquire the skills of life, a place that remains for them even after facing challenges and difficulties.
It demands wisdom to grasp children’s needs.


1. Take responsibility for everything from small to big.

A child needs three things to take responsibility: time, patience and affection.

The worst “enemy” in parenting is the desire to acquire vast skills quickly.

Another factor is our inability to deal with everyday problems that occur unexpectedly.

One way to help a child acquire these skills is to understand that from a very early age a child can take responsibility for himself.


2. Teach me how to deal with frustration

One essential strategy for raising a responsible and independent child.
It is to help develop the ability and patience to deal with the small difficulties of everyday life.

We must make sure that the child experiences frustration and learns to cope.
Like this, a child becomes a confident teenager and an adult.
So don’t doubt the power of the word “no” to be used when necessary.
At the right time, saying “no” under the right circumstances is of great help in the long run.


3. instill trust.

To raise an independent child, there must be trust.
A child must trust his or her parents and teachers, and trust himself.

In this way, a child grows up in an environment of continuing parenting and affection and interest.

Such a child has no fear or barriers when problems and demands arise.
Instead, you feel very confident that you can do anything on your own.

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