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How to Raise a Resilient Child

Author: Austin Ames
by Austin Ames
Posted: Apr 28, 2012

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Raising a resilient child is not easy as you would think. As a proud parent you will have to be very careful in raising your resilient child. Make sure that your child builds up good attitude in the process. Make sure that your child does not pick up bad habits in the process. See to it that your kid does not get struck with remorse by your strict guidelines and attitude. It is extremely important that as a parent you should do your best to understand the mind of your child. Resilient children do not generally budge very easily. They have to be appeased time and again in order to be calmed.

It is very easy for a resilient child to become angry. Make sure that his mind gets diverted every time he becomes angry. This has to be done in a bid to change his mental attitude towards things that might be trivial for the other types of children around him. Resilient tend to cry at the drop of the hat. They cannot be easily calmed down. This is because of the fact that resilient children clearly understand their strengths and weaknesses. They cannot tolerate any kind of nuisance to their beliefs caused by the other children in the neighborhood. They can be easily angered in the process. In such cases you should try your best to calm your child by explaining about the ways of the world and also how to forgive others.

Resilient children tend to feel appreciated and special. They are not possessive though. A resilient child tends to bounce back quite easily. They know themselves better and they have the tenacity to accomplish goals. They also have the capacity to ask for help. Since there is always the motivation in them to move forward you should strive hard to encourage them to move so. They also have the capacity to have courage. All you have to do as a parent is to grow your child in such a way that he does not lose his courage even under trying circumstances. Make sure that the child is made to feel important and special.

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Austin Ames has many years' experience in article writing and he has written many more in the past.

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Author: Austin Ames

Austin Ames

United States

Member since: Apr 25, 2012
Published articles: 120

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