‘I want my child to be confident. Do I need to do something different in order to build confidence in my child?’ This is one question that runs in every parent’s mind. Confidence is not inborn, the child acquires it from his/her surrounding atmosphere. Our behaviour in front of our kids creates a huge impact on their minds. Confidence plays a crucial role in a child’s positive mental growth and his/her social happiness. It helps the child in being realistic, understanding, knowing his/her strengths and weaknesses, disciplined and being positive about life.
How can the parents be certain they are on the right track in building confidence in their kids? Are their efforts headed in the right direction? How about going through some check points for the parents to analyse the same?
Every time you address your child, he forms a pattern related to you and your mood – addressing the child by his/her first name gives him/her a sense of pride and confidence. When you use nickname to address he understands what’s coming next. It can be aptly said, “Every action or reaction of a parent has a profound impact on the child.”
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