Parenting - Behaviour | 0-18 yrs

How To Nurture Resilience In Your Child

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Adversities and setbacks are a part of life. However, not every individual has the ability to bounce back from misfortunes or cope with the ups and downs of life. Only those with resilience can overcome challenges and go ahead.

Our ClipBook tells you how to nurture the quality of resilience in your child.

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Nurture Creativity

Resilient individuals bring their creativity to bear on their problems and look for innovative solutions. Many artists (such as Rachmaninov and van Gogh) have used their creativity to...

Provide Support

My son was 4 years old. Still so small, so dependent on his mama. It was an ordinary day when he developed an unordinary limp. It started small and barely noticeable, but...

Encourage Problem Solving

People who have high levels of resilience are often described as being able to see problems as challenges. This involves adopting a particular mindset when faced with set backs, viewing them as...

Let Them Learn From Mistakes

When children are given the opportunity to struggle and sometimes fail, you allow them to develop important social and emotional skills. Of course, you shouldn't risk their safety or not respond when what is needed...

Teach Emotion Management

Being resilient is not always about feeling better or having fewer emotional reactions. It’s about managing and responding to emotions in a healthy and positive way. You and other adults in your child’s life play a role in...

Focus On Physical Health

Taking care of your physical health, by ensuring that you get the right amount of sleep for you, the types of foods that give you energy and make you feel good, and the right amount of physical activity...

Encourage Humour

Laughter and finding lightness in even the darkest situations has been found to promote health and emotional wellness. This is most likely because it helps to diffuse stress. The stress doesn’t go away, but...

Nurture Adaptability

Resilient individuals are able to be flexible and adapt to changing circumstances or life crises. Learning to be more adaptable will enable you to...

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