Kids are like empty vessels, they’ll store in them whatever you pour. So make sure that you pour good things in them only. The thing is kids tend to learn faster and they more or less like to imitate their ideal parents. So you don’t just need to check your words but, also, speak with them often.
Children who often talk to their parents or have parents who are really vocal they grow up into more confident and successful persons. So we at GudStory are going to share such words that you should say to your kids more often.
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1. Tell them that you love them
Love is not said but expressed and felt, this is true, but you need to assert your emotions, too. Say “I love you” more often to your kids so that they know that they are not alone and they will grow into loving persons, too. It not just gives them strength but also boosts them to be loving when they say “I love you back”.
2. It’s Okay
Tell them there isn’t anything in life that is too big to overcome. Saying “it’s okay” will help them overcome the problems and they will have the confidence to face the difficulties life mine through.
3. I trust you
Saying this thing will help them be the brave and strong-willed person. When you trust them and they know it, they will learn to trust themselves.
4. Thank You
Not just to kids but we should say to everyone who makes us feel thankful. When kids hear this they learn to say this, and this will make them a humble person.
5. Well done
This phrase boosts confidence in them. Kids love appreciation the most. This will encourage them to achieve goals in life since they have confidence that they ‘can do well’.
6. Be good
Tell, your kid “be good” instead of scolding them whenever he/she behaves badly. They should know that doing the bad thing is wrong because it is not good, not simply because you get scolding in return.
7. Talk about their day
You should get involved with your kids more often. Talk to them, tell them about healthy things and ask them how they spent their day. This will help them be expressive and they will learn to share happiness and sorrows