Tuesday, 15 August 2017

Building Resilience In Your Child

You can’t protect your children from all of life’s stressful situations but you can sure teach them to roll with the punches and emerge stronger than ever

Has your child ever had a meltdown while struggling to finish his mountain of school work? Does she feel stressed when faced with an unfamiliar task like a new piano piece? Do negative comments reduce her to tears?

As a parent, you probably wish you could help your children cope better with academic pressure, puberty, peer pressure and even cyberbullying. Later as adults, there’ll be other challenging situations such as work stress, deaths of loved ones or even difficult relationships.

Since we can’t eliminate these situations, the best thing to do is to equip our children with resilience, which allows someone to respond positively in stressful situation. Positive Emotions Rule:
  • ​Be a positive example
  • Boost their confidence
  • Encourage flexible thinking through solving real-life problems

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