How do you raise an emotionally healthy children?
We want our children to be emotionally healthy, meaning to have a well rounded personality, happier, feel confident about themselves by expressing themselves well, and feel loved by their family which is their main support system. As a parent, what can you do to assist your children to become emotionally healthy?
PRECIOUS CHILDREN By BERNARD LEVINE
Bless your children with the power of prayer
Celebrate their uniqueness
Feed them encouragement and inspiration
and let them feel they are greatly loved.
Teach your children the beauty of kindness
Enrich them with the wonders of nature
Fill their hearts with joyful melody
and always be their friend.
Clothe your children in goodness
Make their world full of nice surprises
Help them to follow their dreams
and thank God they came into your life.
© Bernard Levine
darned if I know, hope n pray
keep my oldest son away from his brother...
pray some more....\
I think it is all to do with the way you are with them. If you allow them to be open and honest with you always then that will be in bedded from an early age making it second nature. The emotions cannot always be something that you can make a child do or be as they are their own person but the way you help them to deal with issues as and when they happen in life will help them over come emotions and use the right emotions at the right time.
I bought my teenage daughter a car.
Hey, it worked wonders.
I made her sign a statement to the effect that she could either have a car, or a boyfriend.
Love them, show them your love for them, encourage and inspire them. Listen to them and respond when needed. Let them know you are there for them.
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