Parenting

The Importance Of Praise From Parents

We always say,”for every successful man, behind him is a woman and vice versa”. Likewise, for every successful child, there is a parent.
Encouraging your children always have a great effect in their lives. Praising your children when they do something to be proud go a long way in their lives.
You praise children for what they do, for the efforts they make to improve their abilities. It must not be flattery or manipulation.
According to Bill Newman, studies have shown that for every negative things you say to a child, you must say four positive things to keep the balance.
Parents, don’t criticise your children.
If they did something that need to be appreciated but you don’t, they won’t want to please you more, because they have it in mind that you won’t praise them. Even when you need to correct them on what they do wrong, please do that in love. Don’t call them what they are not. It’s what you call them they become in one way or the other.
Therefore, appreciate God in their lives.

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About Bodjetstar

ADEDIYA Olabode "Bodjetstar" is the Founder & Owner of Channel of Virtue, Nigeria's No. 1 Online Family and Parenting Magazine. He is also the Founder of The Great Value, an online Youth Development Magazine for Nigerians. Learn more and Connect with him on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @Bodjetstar

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