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Thinking That Builds Confidence!
There is a way that your child should be thinking that builds their self-confidence. Functional thinking, which is rooted in principles of the growth mindset, supports neurological pathways in the brain that help foster a strong belief in oneself and one’s abilities....
Smart or Dumb?
Does your child think in terms like this? If so, Houston, we have a problem! Smart vs. DumbSuccess vs. FailureCool vs. UncoolSomebody vs. Nobody The problem with these terms is that many children believe that you either fit into one category or the other. This is...
Is Your Child’s Thinking Helping or Hurting Them?
Did you know that your child’s brain has elasticity, meaning it can change? You may often associate change with learning in school, but the way they think about themselves and their abilities can change, too. For instance, if you have a child who thinks in terms of...
Help Your Child Get Past the Fear!
Fear is a natural emotion just like happiness, surprise, sadness, and regret. When dealing with fear, the key is to first recognize and label it and then understand where it might be coming from. For children, this may be difficult to do on their own because their...

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How to Elevate the Power of Your Words

How to Elevate the Power of Your Words

As parents, we are often sending many messages to our children by what we say and how we say things. Our words can add value or cause harm to the livelihood of our children. So with this in mind, here are some ways to make a greater impact on your child's confidence...

Are You Praising Your Child the RIGHT Way?

Are You Praising Your Child the RIGHT Way?

Is there really a “wrong” and “right” way to praise my child? Well, if you are the type of parent who wants to raise children who are willing to take on new challenges, are secure within themselves, and are resilient to setbacks, then the answer is “YES”!!! The right...

When Is Praising Children Too Much?

When Is Praising Children Too Much?

Always praising a child can have a long term effect of making them feel unsuccessful forever when they hit a snag. They lose confidence and feel insecure or uncertain about their true abilities because they have become so dependent on external reassurance. The moment...

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