Encourage your child to set goals in sports, clubs, or other organized activities. Ask if there is anything you can do to help meet those goals.
Listen to the dreams that your kids have. Help them make their dreams come true.
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You probably ask your kids questions every day. What do you want for supper? Have you cleaned your room yet? These kind of questions require short and to-the-point answers.Blog Image: FiveStar Rating: 0
Encourage your children to have one or two out-of-home activities that are led by caring adults.
Expect the best from your children; don’t expect perfection.
Make your home a friendly, nurturing environment where people feel valued and loved for who they are.
Talk with your child about her or his feelings and fears about safety. Discuss ways to help your child feel safe.
Apologize to your child when you’ve done something wrong.
Make sure kids of all ages have a voice in family decision-making.