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7 resilience robbers & what to do instead


  All parents have the best of intentions when raising kids.     Wanting what is best kids can cause parents to make decisions that are not always in their (children’s) long-term best interests.   Sometimes despite your best intentions you can actually be raising a woose!   If you buy the line that the promotion of resilience is in the best interests of kids then check out the following common parenting mistakes that reduce children’s resilience    Mistake #1: Fight all their battles for them  Nothing wrong with going into bat when kids struggle or meet with difficulty inside or outside school but make sure this is the last resort, not the first option. Resilience notion # 1: Give kids the opportunity to develop their own resourcefulness     Mistake # 2: Make their problem, your problem Som...(sign-up as a member to continue reading this article)


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