I've noticed that intentional parents all seem to want to raise confident kids. How do you raise kids who are free of doubt, who believe in themselves and their abilities, and who have a feeling of trust? There are 5 key points that it they’re present, will most likely be on the right path to raising a confident kiddo. They are in no particular order.
Imperfect parenting is the only option, it's all there is so do what you can and continue to be the intentional parent you are.
Our nation is currently in an empathy crisis. Empathy is putting yourself if someone else's shoes according to their reality and their life experiences to the best of your ability. It is acknowledgement of. It's the idea that I get that this is important to you. Brene Brown says that it's communicating that incredibly healing message of ‘You're not alone.’ Empathy allows us to connect and is the glue that keeps families, relationships and communities together.
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