When it comes to children, it’s imperative that we realise how impactful our words can be. It is in their formative years that they learn lifelong behavior, attitudes and belief systems.
Whether they have a positive or negative attitude can be squarely attributed to you. Children are a byproduct of their environment.
We all are. At the end of the day, we all live with the effects of childhood trauma for the rest of our lives.
A way to remind your little one how much they loved could be with something as simple as this ‘hug from mum’ from Etsy.
I remember once reading about a Dad who told his child that he was born under a lucky star. He believed it his whole life and he ended up being the luckiest of all!
We are sharing this helpful list of 66 positive things that you can say to your child. It will help when they need their confidence boosting, or when you find yourself needing to calm them down.
Whilst life is busy, it’s important you be there for them. If you want them to listen, you need to be distraction free and focus on their questions. Be patient and fully invested in your communications.
If you are fiddling with phones, texting, or keeping an eye on the tv, you will make them feel unworthy of your attention. This can cause serious issues moving into their teen and adult lives. While you’re here, be sure to read our helpful tips on how to stop yelling at the kids here.