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Parenting - 5 Things to Tell Your Kids

Updated on March 31, 2016
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Lynne, a retired school Administrator, writes romance novels, children's books and articles. Writing has always been her passion.

5 Things to Tell Your Children

1. Tell your children daily, "I Love You".

Look your child in the eye and say those words. Let them know you mean it. When children know they are loved unconditionally, they're confident and self-assured. Family support is irreplaceable.

2. You can be anything you want to be if you believe.

Even those children with special challenges have risen above their limitations and achieved remarkable goals. No dream is unachievable.

3. Trust your instincts.

A child's inner voice will guide them; protect them; very often people with sinister motives send negative signals to children. (and animals)

4.Set Goals; make a list of objectives.

If a child makes a list of ten items and accomplishes even five of them, they have made strides in organization and understand what it means to feel successful.

5. Don't rest on success; keep stretching and growing.

Complacency breeds laziness. Children need to be life-long learners. They need to continue to seek new horizons and be willing to reach outside their comfort zone.

Positive family relationships are important.
Positive family relationships are important.


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