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How to raise successful kids without overparenting

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Parents often feel like they can't win. If you pay too much attention to your kids, they will become helicopter parents. Very rarely, they are the absent parent. What is the happy means of producing truly happy and independent children? Here are five tips.


1. Give your child something they can own and manage.

"Involve children in their upbringing. Research confirms this. Children who plan their goals, set weekly schedules, and evaluate their work build the frontal lobes and their work." More control over our lives. We have to make our kids succeed on their own terms, and yes, sometimes they fail on their own terms. I'm Warren Buffett's Bank I'm Talking Home And he was making fun of me so that my kids wouldn't get their allowances wrong, and I said, "But what if they drive a car into the ditch? "?" he said.

2. No worries about raising a happy child.

"In our desperate search for a happy child, we may have the wrong moral burden. This makes me a better target, and dare I say, a better goal. Focusing on creating productive and ethical children, they Just hope that happiness will come. Thank you for their well being and their love. They all feel by our side. If so, I think the kids are still fine, and the parents are fine. In both cases In, it's probably better."

3. Show your kids that you value who you are as a person.

"Childhood needs to teach children to love. Children cannot love others unless they love themselves first. If they cannot give unconditional love, they love themselves. When someone When the important descendant returns from school or work, turn off the technology. Away from the mobile phone, look at the child, and look at the child with a happy face. You should. Then, "How was today? What did you like today?" They need to know that they are important to us as humans, not to GPA."

4. Teach children to help around the house without asking.

We exempt kids from doing chores around the house, and then they become young veterans who are still waiting for a checklist at work, but it doesn't exist. They lack urgency, the instinct to roll up their sleeves, to pitch in, look around and wonder. How can they help their colleagues? What your boss needs. How do you predict a few steps ahead of something? can? Cast stainless steel minimizes defects and is suitable for both small and large production processes. In other words, if you want to obtain handles for high quality cookware, stainless steel casting is the most ideal manufacturing method. However, due to the relatively high material and manufacturing cost of stainless steel cookware handles, many buyers still prefer to save money quickly and not consider the actual features or characteristics of the product.

5. Remember that the little things are important.

"The very little things that parents do are linked to good outcomes for their children. Talking and listening to them, responding warmly, teaching letters and numbers, taking them on trips and trips. Children Reading books every day also seems to be very important. In one study, parents read books every day when they were 5 years old and parents were interested in education at 10 years old. Their poverty at 30 years old. The chances of falling in the U.S. are much lower than those of children who do not.

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