A Positive Attitude is a Happy Mind!

by Mar 15, 2017

A Positive Attitude is a Happy Mind!

Every parent dreams to have smart kids, that their kids should always look confident and have a positive attitude which will help them achieve success. When children develop a positive attitude early in life it can help them manage their pressures throughout life.

Tips to Develop a Positive Attitude:

  • Teach your children to be aware of their inner dialogue.
    When your child learns to recognize their thoughts, they will be able to make active choices about what they want to let go and what they carry forward. 
  • Empower your children to choose how they feel about events.
    Remind your children that it’s okay to feel bad for a little bit, but they can learn from that. Explore what was good about the event or situation, or how things could have been done differently. You can work together to frame a situation in a more positive light, or as a learning opportunity.
  • Try to create a positive environment in your home
    Bond with your children by watching funny movies, exchanging funny jokes and stories. Put in their mind that whatever happens you will always give them your best smiles to make them feel good. 
  • Provide your children with plenty of affection; kind words, hugs, kisses, high fives and pats on the back.
    Always appreciate your children, if it is small or big because it could help your children to be encouraged to do their very best. And it will encourage your child to show support and encouragement to others.
  • Help your children develop hobbies they are good at to increase their confidence.
    Encourage your children to have their own hobbies like singing, dancing, and acting. Anything that could help them enjoy their time, learn, and grow into their interests. 
  • Encourage your children to keep a journal to keep track of accomplishments and disappointments.
    Teach your child to have a journal or notebook. They can write or draw about their day. As they grow older, this will allow them to time to reflect on their day, look at what was good or bad, and consider what could be done to improve. It can be a powerful tool for reflection, tracking progress, and exploring ideas.

Practicing these steps with your children during their early years will help prepare them for a positive future.
Try practicing these steps with your children and empower yourselves together.